[Reporter Kim So-yeon of Daily Economy Star Today]
In ‘Love Scene Number #’, Bora Kim shows the’multilateral love’ of 23-year-old Du-ah.
Wavve’s original X MBC drama ‘Love Scene Number #’ (screenplay Hong Kyung-sil, director Kim Hyung-min, production with WeMad) is an omnibus-type 8-part drama planned by MBC and invested by Wavve. The female protagonists of each age group, representing each generation, experienced the turning points of their lives, and in-depth solved the psychology and conflict about romance, love, and values. It focused on forming a consensus among female viewers by frankly and in-depth unraveling episodes that Korean women would have thought about or contemplated at least once in their lives.
The first episode aired is the 23-year-old Du-ah (played by Kim Bo-ra). Duh-a is a college student in psychology who aims for “polyamory (multilateral dating).” A conversation with writer Ji-seong (played by Kim Young-ah) allows you to understand the overall flow of the play. Love is ‘Take and Give’, and Du-ah, who aims to be ‘Polyarmory’ for a perfect relationship, has a secret meeting with three sexy Daham (played by Kim Jong-hoon), intelligent Sang-woo (played by Kim Joon-gyeong), and lovely Shi-han (played by Kim Sung-hyun).
As you go to the second half of the play, an unexpected incident occurs for Du-ah. Accordingly, Du-ah and Hanul (played by Ahn Jung-hoon) struggle to resolve the case. Amidst these developments, attention is paid to who is the true cause of the incident, and how Du-ah’s love, romance, and life values will change with this event.
On the other hand, ‘Love Scene Number #’will be released through Wave, and on the MBC channel on February 1st and 8th at 10:50 pm, a 23-year-old woman’s episode with Kim Bora and a 42-year-old woman’s episode with Park Jin-hee will be aired. The episode of a 29-year-old woman, starring Shim Eun-woo and the 35-year-old woman’s episode, starring Ryu Hwa-young are only available in Wavve.
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