Go Soo fights against economic collapse in Money Game
This man definitely ages like fine wine. The first still cuts of Go Soo (Heart Surgeons) in Money Game have been released. This drama promises to be a thrilling story with nation-toppling stakes about a financial scandal that threatens to cripple the economy. It will feature the people who fight intensely with every breath in their body to prevent this tragedy from occurring.
Go Soo plays the son of the most well-renowned economist in Korea. He hides his identity and steadily works as an economics bureau worker in order to be recognized for his own talents. Lee Sung-min (Entourage, Memory) plays Go Soo’s boss, the ambitious head of the economics bureau who is disillusioned with the country’s financial infrastructure. Shim Eun-kyung (Blue Hour, The Princess and the Matchmaker) plays the newbie worker who represents the ideals and convictions of the younger millennial generation.
Regarding the drama and his character, Go Soo said the following: “The content of the drama is really good, and filming is gets more fun everyday. So, I’ve been thinking about how to make my scenes more interesting and meaningful as I film…I’ve been trying to make my character Chae Yi-heon feel not like a fictional character, but like someone who we could easily have met in real life. I will try my best to show Chae Yi-heon as a principled bureaucrat with a strong sense of patriotism, responsibility, and having determined beliefs.”
tvN’s upcoming Wednesday-Thursday drama Money Game, directed by Kim Sang-ho (Spring Turns to Spring) and written by Lee Young-mi, will begin airing in January 2020.