[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
tvN’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Navillera” tvN interview video has been released, with the unexpected entertainment skills of Park In-hwan, Song Kang, Na Moon-hee and Hong Seung-hee exploding. In particular, the fantastic chemistry of the four actors is already raising expectations as the point of watching “Navillera.”
tvN’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Navillera” (director Han Dong-hwa/writer Lee Eun-mi/production studio Dragon, The Great Show), which will premiere on March 22 (Monday), is a teacher duo’s youth record drama about the growth of “Duck-chul” and “Chae-rok,” a 23-year-old ballerino. Expectations are high as it is based on “HUN, Jimin,” a webtoon with a perfect score of stars and a rating of 10.
In the play, Park In-hwan will play “Deok-chul,” who brought up his deep dream of ballet, and Song Kang will play “Chae-rok,” who has a talent for ballet that started late, but wanders due to reality, showing special communication through ballet.
Na Moon-hee is Deok-chul’s wife and “Hannam” who cares for his family carefully, and Hong Seung-hee is Deok-chul’s granddaughter “Eun-ho,” who is tired of living a wheel life designed by her father, heralding a realistic performance of perfect new structure.
In a related development, “Navillera” released a video of a TV entertainment show that will fly to a popular restaurant from the first broadcast. Park In-hwan, Song Kang, Na Moon-hee, and Hong Seung-hee’s self-explanatory reasons for their choice of “Navillera,” their own quotes, and preview points are also drawing keen attention.
Regarding the reason for choosing “Navillera,” Park In-hwan said, “I enjoyed the original webtoon and thought it would be a different challenge,” and Song Kang said, “I just read the script, and the material of Valera was fresh.” Na Moon-hee also introduced, “When I get older, I want to wear wings, but ‘Navillera’ is a drama where Park In-hwan wears wings and I also fly with wings,” and confessed his cute innermost thoughts, drawing laughter. Hong Seung-hee expressed her respect for the senior, saying, “There was no reason not to be with Park In-hwan and Na Moon-hee.”
The four actors then chose the most memorable line from “Navillera” and gave them a taste of famous line restaurants in advance. Park In-hwan and Song Kang picked Deok-chul’s words, “I want to fly before I die,” as the teacher duo led by ballet, and Na Moon-hee said, “I felt emotional even in my throat when I said, “Why should your father now look around because you grew up well?” Hong Seung-hee also doubled expectations for “Navillera,” which will draw sympathy from all generations, by revealing her experience of joining Eun-ho in a storm through the line, “Happiness can be this small and specific.”
At the same time, the hidden twists of the four actors drew laughter. Song Kang confessed his health as a key to physical fitness along with ballet practice that began in the summer. Hong Seung-hee also said that unlike Eun-ho, who appears as a master of driving in the drama, she is a beginner in driving, and Park In-hwan surprised her if she was a “house license,” which made everyone laugh. In particular, the four actors chose “chemy” as the point of watching “Navillera,” while Park In-hwan made a surprise revelation that “Chae-rok is very mean to me in the drama,” making us look forward to the priest duo who will breathe together and grow.
Meanwhile, Hwany, Mooney, Kang Yi, and Seung-yi’s transcendent generation quiz competition, which took place with the progress of the “MC Gang-gang” Song Kang, stimulated the belly button. From music quizzes across generations such as “Na Hoon-ah’s Mushiro,” “Nam Jin’s Nungji,” and “Espa-Black Mamba,” the four actors’ warm-hearted images of solving quizzes passionately, shouting out the answers. As such, attention is drawn to the first broadcast of “Navillera,” a popular restaurant that will remove laughter and tears from the small screen with the chemistry of Park In-hwan, Song Kang, Na Moon-hee and Hong Seung-hee, who shine more outside the camera.
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