‘On the Verge of Insanity’ Jung Jae-young x Moon So-ri, synergy with the sympathy of ‘acting gods’

[Maeil Business Star Today reporter Kim So-yeon]

In “On the Verge of Insanity,” a combination play between developer Jung Jae-young and Lim Sa-ri will be unveiled.

MBC’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama “On the Verge of Insanity” (playwright Jeong Do-yoon, director Choi Jung-in), which will premiere at 9 p.m. on the 23rd, unveiled still cuts of Choi Ban-seok (played by Jung Jae-young) and Dang Ja-young (played by Moon So-ri), who exploded their chemistry from the start. Choi Ban-seok, a developer of crisis who made an unexpected landing on the personnel team, and Dang Ja-young, a formidable boss, raise questions about how the two masters will perform in the world of knife dancing.

“On the Verge of Insanity” depicts the fierce survival period of workers in their nth year struggling to survive in a turbulent workplace. The dizzying survival stories of “seasoned workers” and other “issues” from “leaving” and “returning” that office workers might worry about at least once to “dismissing” where no one can be free give a different level of sympathy. Also, the rollercoaster-like office life of those who are looking for a flip-flop on the downhill of their lives adds a pleasant laugh. Jung Jae-young, Moon So-ri, including Lee Sang-yeob, Ahn Nae-sang, Kim Ga Eun, Park Won-sang, Kim Nam-hee, baksseonggeun, chacheonghwa, and performance, including jobongnae a reality and compassion of the party’s responsibility.

Above all, the synergy between Jung Jae-young and Moon So-ri, the god of acting, is the best point to watch. Jung Jae-young plays veteran engineer Choi Ban-seok, who entered the “World of Greetings” where he unexpectedly dances due to the sudden wind of job cuts, while Moon So-ri plays the role of Dang Ja-young, the head of the workaholic personnel team with terrible grit. Meanwhile, the extraordinary chemistry in the released photos stimulates the expectations of drama fans.

First of all, it is interesting to see Choi Ban-seok and Dang Ja-young, who are unusual from the first meeting. Dang Ja-young, who tasted the bitterness of greeting, is gulping down non-alcoholic beer in the pantry. The appearance of Choi Ban-seok, who is surprised by his extraordinary force, makes people laugh. The growling war of nerves between the two reunited in the human resources team is also interesting. Choi Ban-seok, the developer of the crisis, was notified of the sudden appointment of the HR team. His face is full of complaints as he greets team leader Dang Ja-young with his arms crossed as if he is ready to take the lead.

Dang Ja-young, who first came to work as the head of the personnel team of the household appliances division in Changin City, is also shocked by the unexpected identity of her subordinates. Dang Ja-young, who has read what she has to say in a dizzying situation where she has to form a team with a 22-year-old developer who doesn’t know anything about personnel management.” But what awaits them is an office jungle that cannot be sustained without being crazy. Choi Ban-seok and Dang Ja-young, who are indomitable matchmakers, are expected to play a combination of a crazy change of pace to survive. Expectations are high on what kind of wind their strategic symbiotic relationship will cause for Han Myeong Electronics.

Jung Jae-young said about her breathing with Moon So-ri, “It’s my first time meeting her as a work, and we feel comfortable and have a good chemistry as if we’ve done several works together.” Moon So-ri also said, “I’m very happy to act together. “I’m enjoying filming. I am working hard to make good use of my fighting chemistry with senior Jung Jae-young, who I met as a subordinate member of the personnel team. I hope it will be a meaningful story that can be shared with viewers as well.”

MBC’s new Wednesday-Thursday mini-series “On the Verge of Insanity” will premiere at 9 p.m. on June 23.

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