Upcoming Disney+ K-Drama Low Life Cast Revealed: Yang Se Jong, Ryu Seung Ryong, Im Soo Jung & More

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Written By Sedoso Feb

Low Life is a highly anticipated upcoming K-drama series that is all set to make its arrival on the popular streaming platform Disney Plus in 2025. The series is an adaptation of a well-known webtoon by Yoon Tae Ho. The original webtoon took inspiration from real-life events.

Disney Plus has recently dropped an Instagram post for the brand-new Korean series on April 15, 2024. The post has revealed the main cast members of Low Life. It has a star-studded cast, including Yang Se Jong, Ryu Seung Ryong, Im Soo Jung, Kim Sung Oh, and more.

Upcoming Disney+ K-drama Low Life to star Yang Se Jong, Ryu Seung Ryong, Im Soo Jung & more

Ahn Seung Hwan and Kang Yoon Sung have served as the screenplay writers of Disney Plus’ upcoming K-drama Low Life. Kang Yoon Sung is also the director of the new series, that will debut on Disney Plus in 2025.

As disclosed by the streaming platform, the prime cast list for Low Life includes Im Soo Jung, Ryu Seung Ryong, and Yang Se Jong. Ryu Seung Ryong is a renowned South Korean veteran actor. He recently came into the spotlight for his performance in the Netflix K-drama Chicken Nugget. Yang Se Jong is best known for his roles in Temperature of Love, Dr. Romantic, Still 17, Doona!, and more. Meanwhile, Im Soo Jung has been a part of All About My Wife, Happiness, and Finding Mr. Destiny, among others.

The other significant cast members of the Korean series include Kim Sung Oh, Kim Yui Sung, Hong Ki Joon, Kim Jong Soo, Jang Kwang, Woo Hyun, Yunho of TVXQ, Lee Dong Hwi, Im Hyung Joon, Kim Min, Lee Sang Jin, and several others. Thus, it is quite understandable that the upcoming series will have a lot to look forward to.

Low Life will arrive in 2025, exclusively on Disney Plus.

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