South Korean pop-group SF9 member Zuho has been confirmed to cast in a new South Korean hip hop medical sitcom titled ‘Emergency’. The story of the streaming platform TVING’s original sitcom Emergency is set at Doctor Yang’s Mental Care Centre and follows the story of rappers’ extravagant lives in the competitive hip hop scene, while also capturing their hidden thoughts and worries.According to Korean tabloid Soompi, Zuho will be playing the role of assistant manager Baek Zu Ho, who works as a salesperson at the hospital pharmacy. Due to his overflowing charisma and good looks, everyone who stops by grows curious about his past. In this project, Zuho will show off his communication skills as a salesperson as well as his amiability as he works alongside doctors and patients at the hospital.On the work front, as a member of SF9, Zuho has continuously showcased his rap skill and style through the group’s albums, fan meetings, and his personal SoundCloud. At the same time, he has consistently built up his filmography, having fans curious as to how this hip hop sitcom will combine his talent in both fields.Meanwhile, Zuho will also be seen in drama Heartbeat Broadcasting Accident where he will be playing the lead role as Cha Seon Woo. The first episode is set to release on October 27, 2021.However, Emergency will premiere on October 22.Also Read: ASTRO’s Sanha to join the cast of Krystal Jung and Kim Jae Wook starrer Crazy LoveBOLLYWOOD NEWSCatch us for latest Bollywood News, New Bollywood Movies update, Box office collection, New Movies Release , Bollywood News Hindi, Entertainment News, Bollywood News Today & upcoming movies 2020 and stay updated with latest hindi movies only on Bollywood Hungama.
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