‘Youth Records’ Park Bo-gum and Byeon Woo-suk family posters released

[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]

‘Youth Records’ empathizes with the stories of families who will fill the passionate growth records of youth together.

On the 21st, the family of two youth Sa Hye-joon (Park Bo-gum) and Won Hae-hyo (Byeon Woo-seok) on the 21st of tvN’s new Monday and Tuesday drama’Youth Record’ (played by Ha Myung-hee, directing Ahn Gil-ho), aired for the first time on September 7, Two posters were released. Even though the view is different, expectation is focused on the stories of those who will grow up by guarding the youth’s side in their own way.

‘Youth Records’ depicts the growth record of youth who are striving to achieve their dreams and love without despair against the difficulties that they face in their real worlds. The youth of this era, where even dreaming has become a luxury, is the way people go straight toward their dreams. The hot record gives excitement and empathy. The meeting of the ‘Syndrome Maker’ that guarantees completeness also sets fire to expectations. Director Ahn Gil-ho, who showed the power of elaborate and delicate directing through ‘Stranger’, ‘Memories of the Alhambra’, and ‘WATCHER’, and a realistic gaze on warm and emotional stories such as ‘Doctors’ and ‘Temperature of Love’ Artist Ha Myung-hee, who melts the film, makes the drama fans excited. Here, the combination of unexplained acting veterans such as Park Bo-gum, Park So-dam, Byeon Woo-seok, Ha Hee-ra, Shin Ae-ra, Han Jin-hee, Park Soo-young, and Seo Sang-won, who will realistically unravel the appearance of youth, heats up expectations even more.

The family poster released on this day shows two families enjoying a sunny holiday. Although there are no two friends in the world who have raised the same dream, Sa Hye-jun and Won Hae-hyo grew up in a slightly different environment. The different landscapes in the village in the picture stimulate curiosity. The alleyway back home after shopping side by side is full of happiness in the steps of the Sa Hye-joon family, who are simple but full of laughter. Han Ae-sook (played by Ha Hee-ra) with arms folded to his son, Sa Young-nam(played by Park Soo-young) who is blunt but willing to lift his wife’s luggage, and Sa Min-ki (Han Jin-hee), a model student The appearance of the older brother, Sa Gyeong-jun (played by Lee Jae-won) catches the eye. Although he is an anxious youth with nothing accomplished, attention is paid to whether Sa Hye-jun can achieve his dream in the arms of his family who always stands by my side.

It is also interesting to see the Won Hae-hyo family enjoying tea time leisurely in the garden. It has a very different atmosphere from the noisy Sa Hye-jun family, but it is not as different as love for children. Kim Yi-young (played by Shin Ae-ra) with a bright smile next to her husband Won Tae-gyeong (played by Seo Sang-won) who fell in love with reading books. The eyes of her son Won Hae-hyo and her daughter Won Ha-na (played by Jo Yoo-jeong) can feel the affection of the’hot blooded heart’ who does not hesitate to manage the children closely. Won Hae-hyo, who wants to succeed through hard work rather than the background of his family, raises questions about whether he can achieve his dream of being an’actor’ with his own strength.

Park Bo-gum and Byeon Woo-seok are divided into two models, ‘Sa Hye-jun’ and ‘Won Hae-hyo’, who run toward their dream of becoming actors. Ha Hee-ra and Shin Ae-ra were the two mothers ‘Han Ae-sook’ and ‘Kim Lee-young’, who have different backgrounds and values, even though they are different. The story of two mothers with different ways of cheering, supporting, and loving toward a son with the same dream is expected to resonate. Here, Han Jin-hee, who plays the role of Sa Hye-jun’s grandfather ‘Sa Min-ki’, armed with talent, presents a special chemistry with his grandson Park Bo-gum. Sa Min-ki, who cares for and supports her grandchildren more than anyone else, takes on another energetic challenge in a life that has not yet finished, even though she eats a bit of trouble among her family. Acting actors Park Soo-young and Seo Sang-won each take on Sa Hye-jun’s father ‘Sa Young-nam’ and Won Hae-hyo’s father ‘Won Tae-kyung’ to add weight. Jo Yoo-jung takes on the role of the elite ‘Won Hae-na’, a hobby, and adds vitality with pleasant energy.

The production crew of ‘Youth Records’ said, “The realistic stories of families who are growing up with the youth empathize. Watching Sa Hye-jun and Won Hae-hyo’s family will be another fun factor. We look forward to the stories of those who will complete a page of youth records along with a thrilling youth romance, a family that supports the struggling youth. It’s different.”

On the other hand, tvN’s new Monday and Tuesday drama ‘Youth Records’ has been produced by the famous TV drama ‘Winter Sonata’, ‘The Moon Embracing the Sun’, ‘Sam, My Way’, and ‘When Camellia Blooms’. It will be aired for the first time on tvN at 9 pm on Monday, September 7th.


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