With less than one month remaining before the premiere of its new and upcoming drama, JTBC has started promoting the travel romance series The Package. The latest promotional material is a poster showing the main couple enjoying their time in France.

The Package tells the love story of two individuals who meet each other in France during a tour. The title of the drama refers to a tour package participated by the two main leads played by Lee Yeon-hee (Reunited Worlds) and CNBLUE’s Jung Yong-hwa (The Three Musketeers). In the beautifully shot poster, the two are shown riding a bike each and enjoying their time together on a beautiful day in a foreign country. The backdrop of the poster shows a bridge and tower located in the northern beach resort in Deauville coast, France. A gorgeous horizon can also be seen in the background, the presence of which somehow symbolizes the encounter of two individuals who have never met before in their lifetime.

Lee Yeon-hee is playing Yoon So-so, a former foreign exchange student who studied at a French university. She leads a 7-member group of travelers who purchased the package in a tour lasting 8 days and 10 nights. Jung Yong-hwa plays one of the members of the group named San Ma-roo, a heartbroken solo traveler who finds solace upon spending time with Yoon So-so. The remaining members are played by Choi Woo-sik (Fight For My Way), Ha Shi-eun (Oh Hae Young Again), Ryu Seung-soo (Falsify), Park Yoo-na (Secret Forest), Jeong Gyu-su (Ruler: Master of the Mask), and Lee Ji-hyun.

The Package is expected to deliver a show filled with emotions stemming from the romance of the main couple and stories of the travelers who have traveled from South Korea to France for different reasons. It is a 12-episode, completely pre-produced series helmed by PDs Jeon Chang-geun of family-centered What’s With this Family and Kim Jin-won of melodrama Innocent Man.  It will replace Age of Youth 2 on Fridays and Saturdays beginning October 13 and will be followed by Untouchable in November.

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