A former announcer who gets fired after rioting against her husbands death, becomes the first female president of Korea. Another story of "Daemul - Big Thing"'s creator Park In-kwon.
Da-Hae (Soo-Ae) wants to get away from poverty and become the first lady. Ha-Ryoo (Kwon Sang-Woo), who also comes from extreme poverty, sacrifices himself for Da-Hae.
"Night King" takes over the SBS Monday & Tuesday 21:55 time slot previously occupied by "The King of Dramas" and will be replaced by "Jang Ok-Jeong, Live for Love" on March 18, 2013.
Based on comic book series "Yawang" ("Night King") by Park In-Kwon (published July 25, 2006 - September 3, 2007 by Gwijok).
Filming began December 12, 2012. Kwon Sang-Woo & Soo-Ae filmed separate scenes on the first day. Actress Soo-Ae's first scene began at 7am in front of Sogang University, in Seoul. Her first scene involved her character meeting a friend to look for a private tutoring job. Actor Kwon Sang-Woo's first took place in the afternoon, in the suburbs of Seoul. His character rides a bus and he holds a dice given to him by Soo-Ae's character. Their characters grew up together in an orphanage.
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