The South Korean television series The Good Bad Mother is currently probably the most popular entertainment mediums all over the world.

It is worth noting the rising fame that K-drama and all of South Korean popular culture have gained over the years. As proof of this every year numerous K-dramas are released on global streaming platforms such as Netflix.

The upcoming TV series from South Korea ‘The Good Bad Mother’ falls under the genre of drama, comedy, and Slice of life.

The plot primarily revolves around a mother-son duo and their journey to find true happiness. The son who is an ambitious prosecutor, becomes like a child after a tragic accident that leads his mother to guide him in the journey of healing their relationship.

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The Good Bad Mother

Netflix the official trailer of the series was released on YouTube on April 18, 2023. ‘The Good Bad Mother’ premiered on April 26 this year on JTBC and will be released every day of Thursday and Wednesday.

In select regions, the series will even be available to stream on Netflix.

‘The Good Bad Mother’ cast members:

Primary cast members:
Ra Mi-ran-
He saw Mi-ran
The Korean Times

In the series, a South Korean actress He saw Mi-ran she plays the role of single mother Jin Young-soon who spends her life tenaciously protecting her child while running a pig farm.

Mi-ran has been active in her acting career since 2005. In 2012 she played Yoon Gong-ja in the South Korean TV series ‘Only because It’s You’. The next year she was cast as Yang Mi-ja in the tv series ‘The Suspicious Housekeeper’.

And the year after that Mi-ran starred as Kkang-soon in the series ‘Stealing a Heart‘. In the same year he also played the supporting character of Baek Na-rae in ‘A Witch’s Love’. As Ra Mi-ran she was cast in the South Korean TV series ‘Reply 1988’ in 2015.

In 2016 she played Bok Seon-nyeo in the K-drama ‘The Gentlemen of Wolgyesu Tailor Shop’. Next year she portrays Hong Do-hee in the series ‘Avengers Social Club’.

The following year she played the lead role of Jo Yeon-hwa in the series ‘The Miracle We Met’. She also played the role of Park Sung-soon in ‘Black Dog: Being a Teacher‘.

Lee Do-hyun-
Lee Do-hyun

Young-soon’s son, Choi Kang-ho, is played by a South Korean actor Lee Do-hyun. He played Gil Oh-dol in the South Korean TV series ‘Clean with Passion for Now’. He played the supporting role of Gil Oh-dol in the South Korean TV series ‘Clean with Passion for Now’ from 2018 to 2019.

In 2020 Do-hyun starred as the main character Hong Dae-young / Go Woo-young in the series ’18 Again’. The next year he played the main character in another series which is ‘Youth of May’ in which he played the role of Hwang Hee-Tae.

Do-Hyun portrays Baek Seung-yoo / Baek Min-Jae in the 2021 series “Melancholy‘.

Ahn Eun-jin-
Ahn Eun-jin

South Korean actress Ahn Eun-jin plays the role of Kang-ho- Lee Mi-joo’s ex-girlfriend and old friend. Eun-jin’s other television credits include ‘My Fellow Citizens!’ in which she played Park Gwi-nam in 2019.

As Seong Mi-ran she starred in the series ‘Diary of a Prosecutor’ from 2019 to 2020. In 2020 she was cast as a supporting character Kim Young-hee in the series ‘More Than Friends’.

In the first and second seasons of the TV series ‘Hospital Playlist’, Eun-jin played Chu Min-ha from 2020 to 2021. In 2021 she was also cast as the main cast member in ‘The One and Only’ starring Pyo In-sook. .

Yoo In-soo-
Yoo In-soo
Showbiz Cheat Sheet

Village troublemaker – Bang Sam-shik who has been in love with Mi-joo since childhood, is played by the South Korean actor Yoo In-soo. Among his other television credits, is the 2017 K-drama ‘Avengers Social Club’ in which he played Kyung-bok.

As a supporting character Yoo Pil-sang was cast in ‘At Eighteen’ in 2019. As another supporting character he worked in the series ‘At a Distance, Spring Is Green’ playing Oh Chun-gook in 2021.

As Park Dang-gu he was cast in the popular K-drama ‘Alchemy of Souls’. In-soo will also star in the upcoming series ‘Fly High Butterfly’ playing the role of Song Kang-in. He was also cast in the second season of ‘The Uncanny Counter’ as Na Jeok-bong.

Supporting cast members of the series include Choi Moo-sung who plays Song Woo-byeok, Jung Woong-in who plays Oh Tae-soo, Hong Bi-ra who plays Oh Ha-yeong, Choi Soon-jin who plays Manager So, Park Cheon who plays Assistant Manager Cha, Kim Won-hae plays the village chief, Kang Mal-geum plays Mi-joo’s mother Mrs. Jung, Seo Yi-sook plays the -Sam-sik’s mother Mrs. Park, Jang Won-young who play Sam-sik’s father Mr. Bang, Lee Sang-hoon playing Mr. Yang, Park Da-on playing Seo-jin, Ki So-yu playing Ye-jin, Baek Hyun-jin, Seo Dong-hyun, Kim Seon-bin, Choi Soon-jin, Jo Young-gyu, Kim Ji-woong etc.