Moon Chae Won Gifts Cast and Crew of MBC’s Goodbye Mister Black with Coffee Truck
Kyung Ho Kim, May 17, 2016, 8:55 a.m.
South Korean actress Moon Chae Won has gifted the cast and crew of MBC’s Goodbye Mister Black with a coffee truck. Moon Chae Won relayed, "I wanted to prepare a small, heartwarming time of healing for the staff, who worked tirelessly for the past 5 months. I was proud that everyone seemed to have liked it and seemed happy. I want us to work hard until the end and see the beauty of wrapping up a long project."
Goodbye Mister Black is a 2016 South Korean television series based on the manhwa of the same title what produced by the novel The Count of Monte Cristomotif, written by Hwang Mi-na (ko) and published in 1983. It airs on MBC on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST) from March 16, 2016 for 20 episodes. Cha Ji-won is a Navy SEAL and a member of the Underwater Demolition Team, but he is betrayed by his best friend, then denounced as a traitor. Ji-won is sent to another country, but escapes and returns with a new identity, along with a "fake" wife, to take revenge.
Moon Chae Won is a South Korean actress. Moon first attracted attention in 2008 in her supporting role as a gisaeng in Painter of the Wind. She was next cast in Brilliant Legacy, one of the top-rated Korean dramas of 2009. 2011 marked Moon's career breakthrough, with leading roles in the television period drama The Princess' Man and the action blockbuster War of the Arrows; both were critical and commercial hits, with Arrows as the highest grossing Korean film of the year. For her performance in the latter, Moon won Best New Actress at the Grand Bell Awards and the Blue Dragon Film Awards. Moon's other notable television series include the revenge melodrama The Innocent Man (2012) and the humanistic medical drama Good Doctor (2013).