"Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo" stars Lee Sung Kyung, Nam Joo Hyuk to be seen in 2 new dramas

The fans of the SWAG couple want them to work together on a project but there is no such update on the same

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The main two cast members of the popular hit drama, "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo," Lee Sung Kyung and Nam Joo Hyuk have new projects in hand which will be coming this year, but not together, they'll be on different programs. The agencies of both the celebrities confirmed that they have different projects scheduled to come out in 2017.

The actress Lee Sung Kyung will be seen in a new series titled "Be Careful of This Woman." And she will be paired with Ji Chang Wook in the upcoming series. The Sung Kyung starrer romantic comedy-drama series is scheduled to air in May 2017.

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo
Actors Nam Joo-hyuk and Lee Sung-kyung in the last episode of 'Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo.' youtube.com/MBCdrama

On the other hand, Nam Joo Hyuk is ready to play the lead role on the new drama series entitled "Bridge of the Water God," which is an adaptation of a Korean manwha. In the upcoming series, he will be seen with actress Shin Se Kyung, and the production is to start later this month.

The fans of the SWAG couple want them to work together on a project but there is no such update on the same. However, according to Yibada, Nam Joo Hyuk said in an interview that he would like to work with the actress again which gives high hopes to the fans. Sooner or later, the couple may end up working together again.

"If the opportunity arises, I would like to act with Lee Sung Kyung again and create a different type of fun chemistry," Nam Joo Hyuk said.

The rising fame of both the actors is because of the recently ended drama, "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo" they starred in.

The series was really loved and appreciated by the viewers and had really good ratings. Since the chemistry of the duo was good and loved by the viewers there is a high chance of them working together again in the coming years.

This article was first published on March 18, 2017