Published By: Dishya Sharma
Last Updated: February 07, 2024, 18:56 IST
The show is set against the backdrop of the Joseon Dynasty. (Photo Credits: Instagram)
The Crown Prince Has Disappeared follows the story of a crown prince, played by Suho, who goes on an adventurous journey with a brave woman destined to be his bride.
The upcoming Korean drama The Crown Prince has Disappeared has just released its official poster, igniting excitement among fans with its star-studded cast, including popular idols such as EXO’s Suho, Kim Min Kyu, and talented actress Hong Ye Ji. Scheduled to premiere on March 9, this historical rom-com promises viewers an engaging narrative filled with romance, emotions and humor.
Set to air on MBN every Saturday and Sunday, The Crown Prince has Disappeared will offer viewers a refreshing and enjoyable viewing experience as the mystery surrounding the missing Crown Prince grows.
In the picturesque setting of historical Korea, The Crown Prince has Disappeared follows the story of a crown prince, played by Suho, as goes on an adventurous journey with a brave woman destined to be his bride, portrayed by Hong Ye Ji. Filled with adventure, laughter, and budding romance, the drama offers an enchanting tale of love amidst chaos.
Take a look at the poster below:
The stellar cast also includes Myung Se Bin as Queen Dowager Min Soo Ryun, Kim Joo Hun as Choi Sang Rok, and Kim Min Kyu as Grand Prince Doseong. Yoo Se Rye adds depth to the narrative with her portrayal of Queen Yoon.
Suho’s presence adds a special touch to the drama, given his fame and popularity in the K-pop industry. The singer-actor, recognised for his acting finesse displayed in previous projects like the musical Mozart and the popular drama Behind Your Touch, plays the role of the kidnapped crown prince, Lee Geon in the upcoming drama. Audiences can anticipate an excellent performance as Suho brings his versatility to the character, promising to reveal a side of him not seen before, reports Soompi.
Check out some glimpses of the drama here:
Behind the scenes, The Crown Prince has Disappeared benefits from a talented team, including writers Kim Ji Soo and Park Chul, known for their work on Bossam: Steal the Fate (2021), and director Kim Jin Man, recognised for his contributions to Kill Me, Heal Me (2015).
Production for the series commenced in 2023, with Chorokbaem Media and Superbook Co., Ltd. joining forces with Mungyeong City in October of the same year to support the show’s production, heightening anticipation for this historical rom-com. With its stellar cast, engaging storyline, and talented crew, The Crown Prince has Disappeared is set to capture the hearts of viewers when it premieres in March.