[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
tvN’s new Saturday-Sunday drama “Mine” has unveiled a group poster.
tvN’s new Saturday-Sunday drama “Mine” (written by Baek Mi-kyung/directed by Lee Na-jung/produced by Studio Dragon/produced by JS Pictures) is a drama about strong women who escape prejudice in the world and find their own.
It has established a solid production team called Baek Mi-kyung, who wrote “The Lady in Dignity”, “Strong Girl Bong-soon” and director Lee Na-jung, who directed “Love Alarm” and “Fight For My Way”. On top of that, a group poster featuring actors Lee Bo-young (Seo Hee-soo) and Kim Seo-hyung (Jeong Seo-hyun), who have unique acting experiences, and a number of golden line-up actors who will shine with them will be released, drawing attention.
In the group poster released, Lee Bo-young, a former top star and the second daughter-in-law of the Hyowon family, and Kim Seo-hyung, who played the role of Jeong Seo-hyun, played the role of the first daughter-in-law of the chaebol family.
First of all, Lee Bo-young, who has a good but strong heart and a firm wick, and Kim Seo-hyung’s eyes, which show unapproachable charisma, overwhelm the eyes. Lee Hyun-wook, who plays Han Ji-yong, Seo Hee-soo’s husband and his wife, is then drawing curiosity as he touches his finger with a wedding ring. On the other hand, Ok Ja-yeon, who entered the Hyowon family as a private tutor for Lee Bo-young and Lee Hyun-wook, stands close to Lee Bo-young and creates tension with a mysterious expression.
Cha Hak-yeon and Jung Yi-seo also raise questions about what kind of narrative they will bloom while standing at the opposite point: chaebol III and Made.
In addition, Park Hyuk-kwon, the eldest son of Hyowon Group, and Park Won-sook, who transformed into Yang Soon-hye, the host of Hyowon Group, foretells an unusual development with just one cut that is difficult to identify allies and enemies.
As such, the group poster, which has a mysterious atmosphere of the Hyowon family, which thoroughly obscured their desires and secrets, is slowly warming up expectations for “Mine.” It makes us look forward to the first broadcast in May to see what brilliant but dangerous hell lurks behind the colorful and elegant upper class.
Meanwhile, tvN’s new Saturday-Sunday drama “Mine” will premiere on Saturday night at 9 p.m., following “Vincenjo.”
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