Netflix has confirmed the production of new drama series “Two Women,” starring Kim Go-eun, Park Ji-hyun, and Kim Gun-woo. “Two Women” chronicles the journey of two friends who have an enduring, complicated love-hate relationship. They find their lives intricately linked as they cross each other’s paths through various phases in life.

Ryu Eun-jung (Kim Go-eun), a charming and honest woman, forms a close bond with Cheon Sang-yeon (Park Ji-hyun), who becomes her best friend and rival. The series explores the intricacies of their complex friendship as they navigate the challenges of life, feeling both care and envy for each other.

The story traces their friendship from their school days to their twenties and thirties, showing how their bond changes over time. At 42 years old, they reunite in the face of a profound challenge: Sang-yeon’s battle with cancer. The touching narrative delves into their shared past, their separate paths to becoming a screenwriter and a successful film director, and the enduring impact they’ve had on each other’s lives.

Kim Go-eun (“Guardian: The Lonely and Great God,” “Yumi’s Cells,” “Little Women”), brings depth to the character of Ryu Eun-jung. Park Ji-hyun (“Do You Like Brahms?,” “Reborn Rich”), portrays Cheon Sang-yeon, adding layers to their bittersweet friendship. Kim Gun-woo (“The Glory”) enters the scene as Kim Sang-hak, a charming older college student and an important figure in both women’s lives. His character, a passionate photographer, plays a crucial part in the complex relationship between Eun-jung and Sang-yeon.

Directed by Jo Yeong-min and written by Song Hye-jin, both acclaimed for their emotionally powerful works, “Two Women” on Netflix will delicately unravel the timeline shared by two friends from childhood to the complexities of modern adulthood. (Netflix)

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