TV / Movies

First Official Trailer For ‘Bride Of The Water God’ Released

By  | 

Nam Joo Hyuk makes his on-screen return in new drama ‘Bride of the Water God’.

The first official trailer for the much anticipated K-Drama ‘Bride of the Water God’ was released on May 31.

‘Bride of the Water God’ is based on the hugely popular web comic ‘Habaekui Shinboo’ written by Yoon Mi-Kyung. It has been adapted for the screen by Jung Yoon-jung, writer of the dramas ‘Misaeng’, ‘Monstar’ and ‘Arang and the Magistrate’.

Directed by Kim Byung Soo, the storyline will see the characters relocated to modern day Seoul.

Nam Joo-Hyuk

Nam Joo-Hyuk returns in Bride of the Water God Source: Nam Joo-Hyuk Facebook Page

Fan-favourite Nam Joo-Hyuk plays the lead role of Ha Baek, who is the reincarnation of a water god alongside Shin Se-Kyung, who plays So-Ah, a neuropsychiatrist with her own practice, but is saddled with mountains of debt.

The plot of the drama revolves around villagers who are suffering through a prolonged period of drought. The God of Water Ha Baek can allow the rain if a young woman is sacrificed to him as his bride.

To help the villagers, So-Ah decides to become Ha Baek’s bride. When So-Ah finally meets Ha Baek, he turns out to be totally different from what she has expected.

Krystal from f(x) stars in Bride of the Water God Source: KDramaStars

The cast also features Krystal from f(x) as the goddess Hye-Ra, who has lived among human beings for hundreds of years. Because of her beauty, she becomes an actress. She has a one-sided love for Ha Baek, and dislikes So-ah.

‘Bride of the Water God’ is scheduled to air on tvN, every Monday and Tuesday, commencing on July 3.


Hellokpop, as an independent Korean entertainment news website (without influence from any agency or corporation), we need your support! If you have enjoyed our work, consider to support us with a one-time or recurring donation from as low as US$5 to keep our site going! Donate securely below via Stripe, Paypal, Apple Pay or Google Wallet.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.