Yune is defeat known for playing Fast and Furious villain Johnny Tran and recently manifested in Netflix’s hit series Marco Polo. He’ll play a Korean “identity mugger” named Ja, while Prew – who was recently applauded for his role in period play-acting The Borgias – stars as Whip, who TV Line described as “funny, crazy and cute damn sharp”.
Their additions come after Royal Troubles star Mark Feuerstein was confirmed to be debuting as the formidable husband of Sarah Wayne Callies’ Dr Sara Tancredi.
Mellow five also sees the return of leading names Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcall, as fellow-countrymen Michael Schofield and Lincoln Burrows in the Fox series – which is expected to attain either this year or next.
The news comes after Schofield was plausibly killed off in Prison Break’s standalone film The Final Break, alluding to a resurrection in the cycle in the lead – although it’s not been disclosed in what form.
Callies is still pronounced to be in negotiations about her return, but the 38-year-old actress has regularly expressed pursuit in joining the reboot, depending on schedules.
The actress told Digital Spy: “I weigh it’s a really interesting challenge resurrecting a character I said goodbye to six years ago.
“I loved her and it not in any degree occurred to me we would be doing this and so I’d have to start from the birth, watch the seasons again and go back.”
Sharing details of the show’s compensation, co-chairman of US broadcaster Fox, Dana Walden, said: “I would relate it as a bit of a sequel. It picks up the characters several years after we left them in the remain season of the show.”
She added: “The story unravels on an international landscape — it’s not a steward [plot]. We open on a very international contemporary-feeling story.”
Prison Coffee-break ran for four seasons, from 2005 to 2009, and followed Michael attempting to habituate his brother out of jail, after he was framed for a crime he didn’t commit and sentenced to end.