JTBC's second-half drama "IDOL: The Coup" (written by Jung Yoon-jung, directed by Roh Jong-chan) aims to air in the second half of 2021 as the last story of any "not famous idol" who needs a single "success" to "disband."
The screenplay was written by Jung Yoon-jung, who wrote "The Bride of Habaek 2017," "Misaeng" and the music drama "Monstar" and directed by producer Roh Jong-chan, who created "Insu, The Queen Mother" and "Personal Taste".
Ahn Hee-yeon plays Kim Jen-na of the idol "Cotton Candy," who has failed for six years, while Kwak Si-yang plays Cha Jae-hyuk, the representative of entertainment company Starpeace, where "Cotton Candy" is in, as the owner of a cold "human calculator." Kim Min-kyu will play Seo Ji-han of the popular idol group "Mars" among the singers belonging to star peace.
In addition, it is noteworthy that the Korea-US combined drama "Take Two," which produced JTBC's "Age of Youth 2," KBS2's "Mother of Mine", Kakao TV' 'No, Thank You' and drama master JTBC Studio, which are composed of hip-hop group Far East Movement and Tiffany Young.