Nepal | August 12, 2020

Winner’s Yoon confirms acting comeback with Kairos

Himalayan News Service
Share Now:

KATHMANDU: After a hiatus of three years Winner’s Yoon is making his acting comeback through an upcoming MBC drama Kairos.

Giving rest to the weeks-long speculation of fans that the artiste will be returning to the small screen, YG Entertainment on May 20 confirmed that Yoon would be joining Kairos as a member of the main cast.
Yoon was last seen in tvN’s 2017 hit Prison Playbook.

According to Koreaboo.com, Yoon will be joining Shin Sung Rok, Lee Se Young, Ahn Bo Hyun, and Nam Gyu Ri for this new drama.

Kairos is a fusion of romance, fantasy, action, thriller, and time travel. The drama tells the story of Seo Jin (Shin) who races against time to find his missing daughter a month in the future. Meanwhile, a month in the future a woman named Ae Ri (Lee) is searching for her missing mother. The two work together to reverse the tragedies that have happened in their lives.

Yoon will be playing Ae Ri’s friend Im Gun Wook who is said to play an important role in Ae Ri’s search for her mum.

Sharing Yoon’s excitement to be a part of the drama, Koreaboo quoted him as saying: “As soon as I read the script for Kairos, I thought it was fascinating. I’m very excited to be greeting you all as an actor after such a long time. I still have a lot to learn, but I will do my best. I would appreciate it if you all watched Kairos with warm eyes. Thank you.”

Kairos is expected to air in the second half of this year.


Follow The Himalayan Times on Twitter and Facebook

Recommended Stories:

More from The Himalayan Times:

Extra-time Fernandes penalty sends United into Europa semis

COLOGNE: Manchester United were forced to dig deep to reach the Europa League semi-finals as Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes converted a 95th-minute penalty to secure a 1-0 win over a stubborn FC Copenhagen side after extra time on Monday. United, who won Europe's second-tier comp Read More...

Coronavirus in APF personnel increases risk of community spread in Jhapa

Jhapa, August 10 It is suspected that COVID-19 has spread at the community level in Gauradah Municipality of Jhapa. With the detection of COVID in five people, including APF personnel today, the risk of COVID spread at the community level has increased in wards 6, 7 and 8 of the municipality. Read More...

Livewire Lukaku leads Inter to Europa League semi-finals

DUSSELDORF: Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku scored the winner in a 2-1 victory over Bayer Leverkusen as he tormented the Germans to lead his side into the Europa League semi-finals on Monday. Nicolo Barella put Inter ahead after 15 minutes, driving the ball home after Lukaku's shot w Read More...

COVID cases on the rise in Dharan

Dharan, August 10 The number of people infected with COVID-19 is increasing in Dharan Sub-metropolitan City. Nine more people tested positive for the disease in the city today. After the virus spread in the community from Preeti Valve and Fittings factory in Dharan Industrial Estate, the su Read More...

Bara to set up 400-bed isolation ward

Bara, August 10 Authorities in Bara have decided to set up a 400-bed provincial isolation ward in Jitpursimara Sub-metropolitan City for treatment of coronavirus infected persons. “Work to construct the isolation ward will start from tomorrow and finish in two weeks,” said Jitpursimara sub Read More...

Cases of coronavirus rising among bank staff

KATHMANDU, AUGUST 10 The rising cases of coronavirus among bank staffers across the country have raised serious concerns over the effectiveness of measures adopted by banks and financial institutions (BFIs) to prevent the spread of the virus. As banking services are among essential services an Read More...

Four of a family dead as house collapses in Doti

DOTI: Four members of a family were killed after their house collapsed in Adharsha Rural Municipality-1 of Doti District on Monday night. The deceased have been identified as Loke Luhar, his wife Bishna (35), son Paras (11), daughter Siru (7) and Jenisha (4), informed Deputy Superintendent of Read More...

849 passengers arrive on last day of fourth phase of repatriation

KATHMANDU, AUGUST 10 A total of 849 Nepalis were evacuated today via five flights. According to Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) evacuated 151 passengers and Himalaya Airlines repatriated 149 passengers from Doha in Qatar. Himalaya Airlines also brought h Read More...