Park Hae Jin to play quadruplet brothers in his next drama

Reportedly, the filming will begin by the end of 2017 and the broadcasting date is yet to be finalised.

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Park Hae Jin's ongoing investigative drama Man to Man has created a great impression among fans for its intriguing plot. And now it looks like, the actor has already finalised his next. He will be appearing as quadruplet brothers in the show tentatively titled Four Sons.

Reportedly, the filming will begin by the end of 2017 and the broadcasting date is yet to be finalised. The drama is a mystery thriller that revolves around a female detective who discovers the quadruple brothers of the man she loved.

Meanwhile, Hae Jin's Man to Man opened to a great start. The pre-filmed drama will also have special appearances from stars like Song Joong Ki and Namgoong Min. Song Joong Ki has already filmed his portion in February and he is likely to make an appearance on the ninth episode and will appear as a bank employee.

The drama also stars Park Sung-woong, Kim Min-jung, Chae Jung-an and Yeon Jung-hoon in lead roles. The drama narrates the story of a well-known actor Yeo Woon-gwang (Park Sung-woong), who majorly plays villainous roles, hires the mysterious Kim Seol-woo (Park Hae-jin), a man trained in special investigations, as his bodyguard. Though the star is well-loved by his fans, he has a darker side. As the mysteries unfold, the star and his bodyguard encounter a budding bromance.

The Park Hae Jin starrer drama made an impressive debut on April 21 making it JTBC's best first episode rating. It received nationwide viewership shares of 4.055 percent, according to Nielsen Korea. However, the rating saw a dip on April 29 and recorded a 2.5 percent rating, which is almost a1.6 percent decline.

Interestingly, lead actor Hae Jin has promised to donate 10,000 trees to South Korea if the drama ratings cross the 10 percent mark.

This article was first published on May 13, 2017