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‘The Uncanny Counter’ Season 2: Kang Ki-young is set to join the cast — here’s everything we know

the hit fantasy k-drama, The creepy counter, due to its success, has been confirmed to be developing a second season. As fans await official news of the main cast’s return, Kim Se-jeong is said to be in talks to return to her role as Do Ha-na. But fans get another update on The creepy counter Season 2 as Associate Attorney Woo Actor Kang Ki-young is set to join the cast.

Details about the new season are rare and are being kept under wraps. Following the success of the first season, according to Soompi, OCN reported that they would be developing the K-drama into multiple seasons. Later in 2021, OCN confirmed a second season. Since then, the leads have shared their hopes of returning to their original roles.

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OCN has not yet announced an official cast list. According to news reports, actor Kang Ki-young is in talks to join The creepy counter Season 2. According to an article by Naver, “Kang Ki-young is definitely considering appearing in Season 2 of Wonderful Rumors.”

There are no further details from Kang’s agency or other news outlets about the type of character he will be playing or the capacity of his role. For now, fans will have to wait even longer for a major update from OCN or the original cast. Since the 2020 K-drama, the leading lady has been busy appearing in new works.

Before he became a K-Drama, The creepy counter was originally a popular webtoon. The drama storyline followed the illustrated story and its characters almost seamlessly. But unlike the webtoon, the K-drama ended on a good note with no loose ends. The original webtoon ends on a cliffhanger and is already in its second season.

The news article about Kang joining The creepy counter Season 2 reveals a little tidbit of what fans can expect. “This season, Korean switches are expected to cooperate with foreign switches,” the article explained.

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In the K-Drama, the plot confirms the existence of other switches outside of Korea that work the same as the main characters. Using outside counters could expand the K-Drama universe and add more drama.

Rumor has it that Kang will join The creepy counter In season 2, fans are excited for his new role following his success in his previous K-drama. The actor played the role of Jung Myung-seok, a senior attorney at Hanbada Law Firm in Associate Attorney Woo. Fans fell in love with Kang’s portrayal of the character as he treats Woo Young-woo (Park Eun-bin), who is on the autism spectrum, like any other lawyer seeking justice.

The character was often a voice of reason, as some of the main characters dealt with moral dilemmas of their cases. The K-drama took first place in Netflix’s top 10 in the non-English category, thanks to Kang and the cast. Outside of drama, Kang rose to fame as a supporting actor. He showed up What’s wrong with Secretary Kim? and sports romance Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo.

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