The Impossible Heir OTT release date - Starring Korean heartthrobs Lee Jae-wook and Lee Jun-young, alongside Hong Su-zu, the upcoming revenge drama will unfold in February.
New and riveting Korean dramas are rolling out on Disney Plus this year. After the impressive season 1 finale of crime thriller A Shop for Killers, the streaming platform is bringing a fresh narrative of a revenge drama called 'The Impossible Heir' revolving around an elite conglomerate of South Korea and power struggles. Here’s more about the characters and storyline of the upcoming K-drama starring Korean heartthrobs Lee Jae-wook and Lee Jun-young, alongside Hong Su-zu.
Korean drama The Impossible Heir is all set to make its grand premiere on Disney+Hotstar from February 28 onwards. The story centers on characters vying for power at Korea's largest conglomerate.
Spearheaded by Min Yeon-hong and written by Choi Won, the upcoming revenge drama follows an illegitimate son teaming up with his childhood friend to avenge his new family and their politics after learning he is the son of a powerful businessman.
The makers unveiled an intriguing trailer on February 8 and introduced viewers to the three main characters. Read on to learn who plays who in this suspenseful drama.
Lee Jun-young plays the illegitimate heir Kang Inha, whose life takes a surprising turn after he learns he is the biological son of the renowned conglomerate Kangoh Group. However, his newfound family shuns him off and degrades him to return to his poverty-stricken life.
Lee Jae-wook (Memories of Alhambra) plays cold-hearted Han Teoh. He is a murderer’s son, whose dad is accused of killing his mom. He teams up with childhood friend Kang Inha to engage in meticulous revenge.
Both friends team up to exact revenge on those who tormented and ignored them.
The star cast also features a strong female lead played by Hong Su-zu, as she portrays a gambler’s daughter, Na Hyewon, who is a debt collector.
According to the trailer, The Impossible Heir appears to be a compelling tale of revenge with a blend of powerful family drama, corporate politics, and childhood friendship. The cast is exceptional, showcasing an engaging performance that weaves together multiple themes to create a gripping K-drama.