jTBC’s “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon” To Be Adapted In American Series
Our favourite heroine will have her American equivalent soon as Strong Woman Do Bong Soon gets an overseas remake!
The powerful 2017 drama Strong Woman Do Bong Soon will be getting an American series remake!
CBS TV Studio’s channel The CW will be making its own version of the jTBC drama led by Park Bo Young and Park Hyung Sik back in 2017. The drama’s story will receive adjustments for the adaptation – in fact, the remake’s title is set to be Strong Girl.
Strong Girl follows the story of a former war photographer named Rayna, who finds out about her incredible strength that renders her indestructible. Although she has potentially become the strongest woman in the world, she ends up being ghosted by her Special Operations fiancé when she reveals her newfound power to him.
Rayna is then hired as a bodyguard by a billionaire named Oliver, who sees her true potential. Rayna’s character is modeled after Park Bo Young’s rock-hard lead Do Bong Soon. Meanwhile, Oliver is inspired by Park Hyung Sik’s character – top gaming company Ainsoft’s CEO – in the original drama named Ahn Min Hyuk.
Fear The Walking Dead’s writer Melissa Scrivner-Love will be the writer and executive producer for the show’s American remake. Working as executive producers along with her for the one-hour action drama are Ben Silverman and Ronda Rousey.
Rousey will also take over the title role as well, pitching in a different take of Bo Young’s original role, with her experience as a wrestler and mixed martial arts fighter.