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Who’s Been Cast For Netflix’s Little Women?

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Little Women is supposed to premiere on Netflix on 3rd September. This K-drama follows three poor sisters who suddenly come across a bag with 70 billion won. However, they eventually get involved with the wealthiest family in South Korea because of this money.

The mystery series was produced by Studio Dragon and directed by Vincenzo director Kim Hee-won. This series is adapted initially from Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel.

The cast of Little Women involves a fantastic group of talented individuals.
Kim Go-eun, Nam Ji-Hyun, and Park Ji-hu are the protagonists of this series.

Kim Go-eun is mainly known for her role as Han Eun-gyo in A Muse. She is also part of the Korean series Cheese in the Trap, Guardian: The Lonely and Great God, The King: Eternal Monarch, and Yumi’s Cells.

Nam Ji-Hyun is well known for her roles in the K-Dramas Queen Seondeok, Suspicious Partner,100 Days My Prince, and 365: Repeat the Year.

Park Ji-hu is relatively new to the South Korean entertainment industry. So, there isn’t much that she has done. However, she’s well known for her leading roles in the South Korean drama film -House of Hummingbird and Netflix’s All of Us Are Dead.

The list of all the cast members and their roles in Little Women is given below:-

Kim Go-eun as Oh In-Ju
Nam Ji-Hyun as Oh In-Kyung
Park Ji-hu as Oh In-hye
Wi Ha-Joon as Choi Do-il
Uhm Ji-won as Won Sang-ah
Kang Hoon as Ha Jong-ho
Jeon Chae-eun as Park Hyo-rin
Um Ki-Joon as Park Jae-sang
Gong Min-jeung as Choi Ma-ri
Park Bo-Kyung as Go Soo-im
Lee Do-yeop as Won Ki-seon
Cho Seung-Yeon
Kim Mi-sook
Song Joong-ki

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