Drama: Missing Nine
Revised romanization: Missing Nain
Writer: Han Jung-Hoon
Release Date: January 18, 2017 —
Runtime: Wednesdays & Thursdays 22:00
Country: South Korea
9 people from Legend Entertainment fly on a private plane to a concert. The 9 people consists of entertainers Seo Joon-O (Jung Kyoung-Ho), Choi Tae-Ho (Choi Tae-Joon), Ha Ji-A (Lee Sun-Bin), Lee Yeol (Chanyeol), Yoon So-Hee (Ryu Won) and staff members Ra Bong-Hee (Baek Jin-Hee), Jung Ki-Joon (Oh Jung-Se), Hwang Jae-Kook (Kim Sang-Ho), Tae Ho-Hang (Tae Hang-Ho). The plane then becomes involved in a mysterious crash. The 9 people survive, but are stranded on a deserted island.
4 months later, Ra Bong-Hee returns to South Korea as the only survivor & witness from the plane crash.
Drama series will takeover the MBC Wednesdays & Thursdays 22:00 time slot previously occupied by “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo.”
Kang Ha-Neul was first offered the lead male role, but declined due to scheduling conflicts.
Kwon Yuri (‘Girls’ Generation’), Hyeri (‘Girl’s Day”’) and Jung Yu-Mi were all offered the lead female role, but declined.
Kim Ban-Di was first selected to write the screenplay, but was changed to Han Jung-Hoon.
Jung Kyoung-Ho and Baek Jin-Hee cast in MBC drama series “Missing Nine.”
Early working titles were “Gaia,” “Picnic” and “Missing 9.”
Jung Kyoung-Ho — Seo Joon-O
Baek Jin-Hee — Ra Bong-Hee
Oh Jung-Se — Jung Ki-Joon
Choi Tae-Joon — Choi Tae-Ho
Lee Sun-Bin — Ha Ji-A
Chanyeol — Lee Yeol
Kim Sang-Ho — Hwang Jae-Kook
Tae Hang-Ho — Tae Ho-Hang
Ryu Won — Yoon So-Hee
Yang Dong-Geun — Yoon Tae-Young
Song Ok-Suk — Jo Hee-Kyung
Min Sung-Wook — Investigator Oh
Bang Eun-Hee — Bong-Hee’s mother
Kim Pub-Lae — Jang Do-Pal
Additional Cast Members:
Yeon Je-Wook – Shin Jae-Hyun
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