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Im Joo-hwan to play main rival in Bride of the Water God

Im Joo-hwan (Uncontrollably Fond) is now in contention to join tvN’s fantasy-romance drama Bride of the Water God 2017, which would have him joining Nam Joo-hyuk (Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo), Shin Se-kyung (Six Flying Dragons), Gong Myung (Drinking Solo), and Krystal (She’s So Lovable) in the main cast.

The drama takes aspects of the manhwa story, which was a fusion historical featuring a water god who is offered a bride sacrifice in times of drought, but modernizes the setting and adapts them to modern-day Korea. Nam Joo-hyuk will play the water god Ha-baek, with Shin Se-kyung as his bride; Krystal’s character is a goddess who has lived among people for centuries, and has a one-sided crush on Ha-baek. Gong Myung is described as helping Ha-baek while also harboring a one-sided love on Krystal. Let’s just say there’s a merry-go-round of sad crushes afoot in this drama.

Im Joo-hwan, meanwhile, is set to play Ha-baek’s primary rival, who in the original storyline was another water god who gets Ha-baek jealous when he gets close to his bride. In this version, he’ll be the CEO of a resort (which Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim’s Yang Se-jong was previously in the running for) who gets off on the wrong foot with the heroine: He runs into her when she goes to the bank seeking a loan and inadvertently causes her embarrassment. He then attempts to take on a project to develop a particular spot of land, but it stalls when Shin Se-kyung refuses to sell.

I guess Im Joo-hwan has been relegated to second leads and rivals now, which is a darned shame because he’s a talented, nuanced actor and seemed poised for a strong career following Tamra the Island. But his follow-ups didn’t really take off and and his post-army roles have been mostly supporting (Shine or Go Crazy, Oh My Ghostess, Uncontrollably Fond). Well, at least I know he’ll deliver, even with limited screentime.

Bride of the Water God 2017 has now finished casting its main lineup and plans to hold its script reading and first shoots later this month.

Via TV Report

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He's the only mature actor among the main cast.

I hope he will shine in this drama.

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You mean the only talented actor.

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That's one way to describe him, this guy is a natural

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You said it before I did.

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Waiting for him to have his Nam Goongmin breakthrough. Which is sad b/c it took a long time for Nam to get out of second lead/rival territory. Like, a really long time.

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Oh, brilliant idea! Fingers crossed that that will happen for him, too.

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Who's butt should I be kissing to get Im Joo-hwan a lead role?

I'm beyond frustration.

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He should've have been the leading man, Habaek.

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Such a pity. He is so much better than main lead. Like him in Ugly Alert, UF and Shine or Go Crazy

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Yes I remember hin in Ugly Alert, he was so good in that drama.

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He was the best. And the chemisry between him and Kang So Ra......

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OMG I never watched any long-run (like more than 50 episodes) Korean drama before, and Ugly Alert was my first long-run drama (it was more than 100 episodes, I think) and I really love the drama (mostly because of Im Joo Hwan and Choi Tae Jun actually)

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He's so wasted in this.

He deserves to be the lead in drama full of actors of his own caliber.

Maybe the film industry would appreciate him better.... *sigh*

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Im Joo-hwan has done films as early as 2006 (1st saw him in "A Millionaire's First Love"), but they've mostly been smaller supporting roles or bit parts.

Even if it's the 2nd lead or a supporting role, IJH needs a memorable role in something that gets good ratings to boost his recognition level (as his role in "Gu Family Book" did for Choi Jin-hyuk).

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I know this is heresy to a lot of people, but I much prefer his performance in UF than Kim Woo Bin, who I thought overacted a little.

Why do some actors get stuck in second lead territory forever?

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Kim woo bin acting was okay, but yeah, I do agree that Im Joo Hwan acting was better.

His eyes speaks volumes and I loves his tone of voice. Kinda shame he is relegated to second lead. But oh well, like Javabeans said, at least we know that he will deliver.

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it is so true... i would pick him instead of Woo Bin... hahhahahah... isn't it natural for anyone to pick the leading male role, but if it is Lm Joo-hwan, I won't hesitate at all, he is so good... why is he still stuck in second...? Even in this bride of the water god... the drama would have been so much better with him as the leading role... what a waste...

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My first thought after reading the news was, isnt he a bit too old than the rest of the casts? I mean yes he is babyfaced but, still, comparing to the other actors he looks kinda older..
And i was hoping he can find another drama where he is the lead.. ?

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I think that he fit the character as a CEO, I don't want early 20's actor to play the role, which appear like a cosplay.

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To be fair, the character is an eternally youthful god. A baby-faced CEO isn't that much of a stretch when you take that into account.

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He's the CEO of a company, he even looks too young honestly. I mean, how much more pounding can my feelings of underachievement take when all these young folks scattered in dramaland are heads of huge kingdoms and I'm not even on track to owning a conglomerate. Is it really that hard? #SadRealityOfLifeVSdramaland.

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So he'll play Hoo-ye?

The character description sounds so mundane. Seems like this will be your standard candy-stuck-between-two-chaebols fare with bits of magic.

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Exactly, what's the use of this adaption! They erased the magical feels and the unique story from the original manhwa by turning it into a typical modern drama with the same old troupes.

They just borrowed the main concept from the original to lure viewers so this will not sound like a typical story!

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Seems to me like even that main concept is being thrown out the window.

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No point at all for the adaptation if they erased almost all the main concept. For promotional purpose I believe.

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"promotional purposes"? Then, they've failed.
We already have a sleeping beanie down below. Hi John!

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I agree. At this point, the title (and some names) is just there to generate public interest because the source material was popular during its run.

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I get the same feeling that they are using the source as a means to garner interest. But then it makes me wonder too if they really don't know the unwritten rule about not messing with the original, especially if it has a huge following. Because then it defeats the purpose of garnering interest once the real setup is put to light. It's not an adaptation. It's a spinoff that looks more like an entirely new story leading to fans of the original work angry and uninterested. They really should have just made it a standalone story about a bride and a god. Those seem to be the trend in dramaland these days anyway. lol

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I know... I just cannot wrap my head around why they are even doing this as an "adaptation". Honestly it sounds more like a spinoff of Goblin, but with a younger cast. I'm not sure how I feel about this... -_-

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Should've just made it into it's own drama if they're gonna change literally everything besides their character name tbh

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It sounds like Heirs 2.0: the grownup version.

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This comment is both hilarious and depressing.

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LOL!

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OH MY GOD. (water god?)

I still have faith in the writer, though. Hopefully she comes through. But I will forever be annoyed that tvn was too cheap to fork over for the sageuk aesthetic when it was the entire point of the story visually.

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Omo. I am so thankful you said that. I literally rolled my eyes at the description of modernized Hooye.

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Someone below used the word "uninspired". It pretty much sums up how I feel about the whole production.

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At least they're keeping Hoo-ye! (and that being said, where's Nak-bin?)

I love the writer but my eyebrows were rising all over the place when the casting described Mu-ra and Biryeom as the second leads - in the manhwa, they're no more than minor annoyances/third leads at best. And I hope Hoo-ye's presence means we'll soon get Nak-bin, because she's basically the reason why the manhwa plot started off the way it did.

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Small consolation since the drama character appears to share only the name and nothing else.

I wonder if we'll have Nakbin. Or little Habaek.

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Modern setting, no Nak-bin, no way to make sense of the 1001 nights-style bridal sacrifices...... how again is this supposed to work?

Curse you tvn!

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Ugh YES. I will forever curse tvN for hoarding the drama rights to BotWG and wasting it on some stupid done-to-death chaebol/candy plot.

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I'm sad that we're going to miss out on some beautiful period fantasy costuming, like what's the point of modernizing it when part of the appeal of the original was that fantasy historical element. :(

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ops! Going to be adapted to the current Korea? I'm disappointed! What are they trying to do? Goblin II?

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So it means Yang Se Jong is out? Anyway, is it possible to wish Im Joo Hwan to decline as well? I mean if he gonna stay as second lead, can it be good project with of course solid casts? He is too talented. Still sad that he and Im Jo Eun were both wasted in UF.

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<Still sad that he and Im Jo Eun were both wasted in UF.

They are constantly wasted everywhere. So many supporting roles, so much more talented than lead actors.

I get it from their side – they are just trying to pay their bills, but really I wish some director would actually see how much better these two are than [insert overrated actors/idols of choice].

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He would have been perfect as the water god. He is God-like to me.

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him and someone I also forgot during fan casting, Kim Jae Wook!

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I don't understand why he doesn't get lead roles. I am so sad he's the second lead again.

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This may seem like a disaster that's waiting to happen, but I'm such a big fan of the writer and the PD, so I will check this out. I wonder how they will spin this one. The character descriptions aren't particularly interesting so far.

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I'll wait to see the final result because of the writer and PD combo but honesty, this character descriptions are just so...uninspired, especially considering the source material. Reminds me of terrible Hollywood Blacklist sluglines that end being great scripts and subsequently, great movies. Let's hope the same!

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Right? The source material is so rich. I wonder why they writer opted to go for a modern setting. It basically stripped the source off of its essence. Still, I'm here itching to find out just what story the writer came up with.

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I'm beyond curious to see how their gonna justify human bride sacrifice in a modern setting. Good luck!

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There's so much about the story that simply doesn't make sense in a modern setting/can only work as a fantasy sageuk.

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I agree...the PD and, more importantly, the writer are both so solid. I actually don't think it was necessarily the writer's idea to move it to modern day. That seems like something the production company needed to do, either for budget reasons or that historical fantasy dramas don't usually do well in Korea. Even though the casting is uneven, I will have to give it a go because of Arang writer. With regard to this actor, I'd love it if he got a lead role but I think he will have to slug it out with supporting roles (which he obviously has no trouble getting), and hopefully will get that magic role that gets the lead offers coming his way.

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The Arang story when nowhere (well, actually, went around and around in circles - killing time).

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Yikes. These castings are awful. So unfair to IJH.

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He is so good in UF. I love him.

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I hope he declines lol, playing a second lead to NJH is bad, like really bad, he's clearly the better actor, and I smell flop in this project, so it's best for him to just stay away

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Ironically yes. How come he'll be the 2nd lead for NJH? Haha.. No offense. Reall but acting wise, c'mon pd nim...

I understand it well with him being second to JJS in oh my ghostess. But to woobin and now njh? Lols... Hope he can get good script. Is njh that popular in Korea to land this first lead title?

The story itself sounds like a failed. But who knows, watching drama is like playing soccer. We dunno who's gonna make a goal first. Perhaps, this drama will be a hit. Who knows. Shrug.

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JJS better actor than NJH and Woobin? Really? Maybe it is not necessary to be so categorical? If you can't abnegate of comparisons, you better compare the same age actors.

What a passion to compare the actors with the age difference of 10-15 years?
Of course the actors older than 35 years will be in a better position initially. But maybe you better watch their earlier works? You probably just burst out laughing, at best, at worst you will be embarrassing for their acting...

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lols, Cmon... should i compare woobin to leesohyuk or lee jong suk? And compare njh to jisoo? hyunshik? or even suho from exo?

why i compared them because ijh have been the 2nd lead actor to jjs, woobin and 'going to be' njh.

you want me to compare jjs to kang dong won? wonbin? have ijh acted alongside those names???

i watched all their dramas for your information. i watched some of those actors' movies as well. i watched dramas since i was 4y.o since Cha In Pyo was still so freaking popular.

YES. OF COURSE JJS IS A BETTER ACTOR THAN WOOBIN AND NJH. i like woobin and njh. but let's be honest, woobin almost played the same character over and over again. njh?? haha, have you watched scarlet heart??? he was soooo good as puppy boyfriend, but then... a serious role like in scarlet, have you watched it??

this comment isnt because i dislike woobin or njh. i like them so much. i followed their projects. especially njh, i am a YG stan and he's YG family.
i simply make this comment for ya to answer your question. cheers.

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Second lead to NJH is such an insult to IJW. Goodness. Blossom, find him lead roles!

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Ah here we have a guy that really fit the character as a CEO.

They could just put Nam Joo-Hyuk/Ha-Baek as the other CEO son or grandson.
The other thing I'm not feeling is the doctor thing with a lot of debt but it just me that gives the doctors a lot of credits and here we have not just any doctor we have a neuropsychiatrist.

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Has tvN lost their mojo? This sounds like a typical 4 way love affair, (ffs, that plot line should be outlawed).

Zzzzzz.

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After you wake up, pls remind them that our only hope is that its set in half Saeguk/half modern times.

And also, that they should employ the costume department of SWWTN for the Saeguk portion.

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It's been almost two years and I'm still in awe of how gorgeous and creative the costumes on SWWTN were. Shame the drama couldn't live up to them!

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Well, great. I'm currently crying because he isn't the lead. Under-appreciated actors like this are the reason I have a hard time getting excited when hit-or-miss actors like Nam Joo-Hyuk, Kim Young-kwang, etc. get lead roles constantly.

I know a lot of people are calling this a flop, but the production team is awesome. They could probably give us something great, if only they got the right cast to sell it. Unfortunately, I'm just not sure they do.

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"Under-appreciated actors like this are the reason I have a hard time getting excited when hit-or-miss actors like Nam Joo-Hyuk, Kim Young-kwang, etc. get lead roles constantly."

This is what I am feeling as well.

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Exactly. And all because they're flower boys and bigger agencies (shoutout NJH). This industry favors brand over talent. Sucks.

Im Joo Hwan deserves so much more.

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In another good news, Lee Soo Hyuk has officially join YG. I am guessing we will see lots of him now (yay!). I do hope he's better than other model-actors because lately we've been burned a bit too much.

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I smell the first lead title of him. Haha... YG treats their actors well. See, NJH even gets another first lead, sp, it's just about time for LSH! Fighting!

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That's just it, the writer and PD could have been such a great team, because we know they're talented and know their stuff..... but then that cast. I mean, when Shin Se-kyung is the most talented person in it, idek. But I don't think this'll turn out badly, because at least the people behind it generally have a clear vision for their projects.

But a lot of the changes have me genuinely headscratching - not just the setting change (surely tvN could try not being cheap for once and actually use some of that Goblin money to stump up for sageuk sets?) but also the initial impression that they'd eliminated the character of the guy who actually was the second lead in the manhwa. But now they've cast IJH, I think at least that much remained intact.

(also, if he's playing who I think he's playing..... then who's playing Nakbin?!)

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I'm still bumped that we are not (presumably) gonna see beautiful elaborated costumes and beautiful manes of glory which was one of the major attractions in the manhwa . Boo~~

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I didn't realize that this was going to be in a modern setting. I read the manhwa ageeess ago and don't remember anything about the story EXCEPT it had some of the most beautiful, most detailed drawings I had every seen in a manhwa/manga/manhua. Like I think it's pretty well renowned because of it's drawings.

Really makes no sense to me to do a drama if it's not going to have the beautiful almost ethereal saguek prettiness to it. I'm wondering what similarities actually exist with the original.

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Maybe cheaper to do modern drama, saguek has lots of costumes, props and manpower

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That's my theory as to why they moved the story to the present day - money $$$$. They save a lot by not making it a saeguk. But what can we do?

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Yanh Se Jong, why is he out?? ahh.. want to see him again, I watch early eps 9f saimdang only to see him. I like him a lot after R9mantic d9ctor teacher kim.

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He saw who they casted and ran like a smart, talented person should.

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lol!!

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Well Yang Se Jong is out but Im Joo Hwan is in... I dunno who I prefer to sacrifice for this drama.

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I just love him! I saw all his dramas. Actually one of is main lead role was in the family drama "Ugly Alert" with Kang So Ra. The drama is now available with English subtitles. It is such a pity he is not getting main lead roles but I hope that this (like in the case of Nam Goon Min) will help him grow as an actor.

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Well suited, I'd say!

My only concern is that the leading male actor is nothing like how I'd imagine Habaek would be. I hope I'm wrong though.

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There's no tragedy more tragic than having one-sided crush for centuries.

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Why oh why talented actors like Im Joo Hwan and Im Joo Eun are stuck in second leads territory? I'm still sad they become underutilized in UF and now Joo Hwan will come back as 2nd lead AGAIN!!! Oh god why would you pick Joo Hyuk over Joo Hwan? Talent-wise and acting-wise, IJH is head above everyone else in the cast.

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I went to UF expecting him to be the best out of all 4, but he actully was pretty forgettable and his acting was the problem beyond character. He always had that fake "I'm in shock" face, that I couldn't pass.

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He was good in Oh My Ghostess. Had that chillingly nice aura that was effectively unsettling.

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And he was heartwrenching Ugly Alert. (One of the very few super-long dramas I made my through... and rewatched bits of even. Because he's just wonderful there – sort of like IMS in Misaeng, he just *is* the character.)

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Pretty sure my heart skipped a beat when I saw Im Joohwan's photo and the title. I remember reading that he consciously chooses second lead/rival roles instead of lead roles... Something about having more room to grow or perform and that like (but could be mistaken, I can't quite recall exactly what the reason he gave was).

I'm a fan of both Im Joohwan (watched What's Up, Ugly Alert, Shine or Go Crazy, Uncontrollably Fond, OMG, but first noticed him in Frozen Flower) and Nam Joohyuk. But I do have this issue where I can't stand to finish a drama even if I love both guys but can't stand the lead girl. And I am not quite fond of both girls in this drama. The struggle is real.

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The negativity is strong with this thread.

;)

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I miss IJH but 2nd lead, again? I want to see him back on screen but the adaptation plot is scaring me for real. I love the manhwa , though admittedly I don't recall most details. Manhwa adaptations have been traumatic to me (yes, CITT it's all your fault).

No offense to the casted actors, but I hope, if/when IJH ends up accepting the role, we'll get acting surprises from the others. And I mean, good acting surprises.

*I still sometimes mistakenly thought it was Yang Yang, in some photos

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Oh yeah. Didn't notice that until you said it. Lol

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Team Park Kyu! (for anyone who still remember this shoutout)

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Yay, I was scrolling the comments to see if someone wrote it first. TEAM PARK KYU, assemble!
I can't believe he couldn't make it into lead roles territory.
Guess it's time to rewatch Tamra the Island (director's cut for more episodes!) ♥

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Yes, Tamna remains one of my favorite dramas :).

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Haha yes!! Tamra (director's cut) is still one of my top 5 dramas after all these years! Team Park Kyu indeed!

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Sucks that he's got to play second fiddle to NJH. Maybe if he's lucky he'll shine here and get noticed though.

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I'm so excited about this news! Im Joo-Hwan is the reason that I started my paid subscription to Dramafever. I was introduced to K-Drama through an ad for Uncontrollably Fond, and after watching several episodes, I was hooked because he is so good. I looked him up and followed him to Oh My Ghostess, then tumbled headfirst into dramaland. He is one of my favorites, and I've been trying to find news of casting for him since UF finished.

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So unfair. This is so unfair i promised i won't even read this drama's recaps after what they did with the plot and actors but why Im jo hwan of all actors they had ?????

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Love him!!!!

Hmmm, I certainly get everyone's hesitation but I'm in the I'm-gonna-wait-and-see-how-it-goes camp. Mostly because I tend to forget about this show until it gets mentioned. Since the descriptions are not very inspiring, I'm waiting for something visual tbh.

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No possibility to edit ...
Many people here complain that IJH is underestimated and should take a leading role, and that NJH does not deserve main roles. Maybe these people are right, the only problem is that if IJH will be starring, then drama will watching only people who complain. All others will prefer the younger a pretty face. That is life...

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Im Joo Hwan is better lead for this drama than Nam Joo hyuk.
Nam Joo Hyuk is only good for comedy role .

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I rem IJH as vy tall. Went to google and hes 184cm. Wow the production is in to casting tall guys.
Gong Myung 183cm
Nam Joo Hyuk 188cm
So Shin Se Kyung at 166cm who usually looks tall will b bit dwarfed here.
Im imagining the visuals.
I only hope for d sake of evyone production and viewers its a gd story and the actors can breakout of their molds

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It's a good thing that i stick to just watching drama and veer away from who's directing and who's writing etc etc. It saves me from a lot of stress.LOL.

Like this one. I like Nam Joo Hyuk and will definitely check this out. If this turns out to be bad. I'll drop it. I will never, ever stress myself from things that never happened yet.

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I second that!Why all the negative vibes,I just don't get that.

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I thought it would've been much more compelling for Im Joo-hwan to play the emperor character rather than Hoo-Ye. The newbie who was on the previous casting post was kind of a good choice to be a part of the triangle. The emperor was the main villain in the manhwa and I think it would be great to see how they would fit him in the modernized version. He was all sorts of villainy, and yet still quite a complex character- with that unrequited love thing for Habaek's mom, a more experienced actor would suit him. And since Im Joo-hwan was getting casted in this show they should've given him a better role! I mean, I'm not sure about the changes they're going to do in the drama, but boy, Man-hwa Hoo-ye was such a drag. He wasn't even in the story that much. Just the typical annoying triangle with the personality of a wet dishrag. And Im Joo-hwan is capable of so much more rather than being a wet dishrag in a tailored suit. Putting the emperor character on the drama would've added a whole lot of meat in the story but I guess they want this show to be just plain miso soup. Eh. But what do I know? I'm just a manhwa fan who waited years and years to see this production take place.

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plot twist ; second lead get the girl.. Im Joo hwan get the girl we pray..

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I think I'm going to pass on this drama. The plot sounds typical and the leads are not promising enough to draw me into this drama.

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How is this even "bride of the water god?" The plot sounds like the most random cliche plotline and the main cast is highly miscast. The original mahwah was unnecessarily long and full of frustrating noble sacrifice but it was original, with detailed world-building and beautiful character designs. Also, the parents' love story was heartwrenchingly tragic.

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