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Celebrity Trailer: Netflix’s new K-drama features Park Gyu-young

Celebrity Trailer: Park Gyu-young of It’s Okay To Not Be Okay is returning with a vengeance! She resorted to social media to promote the trailer for her upcoming Netflix show, Celebrity. This show will take a look at the dark side of the entertainment industry. Netflix has published a new trailer for their upcoming K-drama […]

Edited By : Sahelee Rakshit | May 31, 2023 18:20 IST
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Celebrity Trailer

Celebrity Trailer: Park Gyu-young of It’s Okay To Not Be Okay is returning with a vengeance! She resorted to social media to promote the trailer for her upcoming Netflix show, Celebrity. This show will take a look at the dark side of the entertainment industry.

Netflix has published a new trailer for their upcoming K-drama series Celebrity, starring Park Gyu-young from Sweet Home and Kang Min-hyuk from CNBLUE.

Watch Celebrity Trailer Here

In the trailer, a voice in the background says “fame is a blank check. If you have it, the world will exalt you, no matter what you do.” The voice continues, “A world in which fame can make anymore money.”

An forthcoming Netflix original K-drama series called Celebrity will follow Seo A-ri as she enters the world of celebrities and the seedier side of fame. Park Gyu-young will play Seo A-ri. Along with Lee Song-gun and Lee Song-gun, the series will also include CNBLUE drummer Kang Min-hyuk, VIP actress Lee Chung-ah, and ex-Secret member Jun Hyo-seong.

Notably, Yuqi of the K-pop girl group (G)I-DLE makes a brief appearance in the teaser. It is currently unknown whether the singer will appear in the series on a few occasions or as a key character. Celebrity is scheduled to debut on June 30 just on Netflix.

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First published on: May 31, 2023 06:20 PM IST

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