Character posters of “Man to Man” released; Park Hae-jin looks cool, mysterious

The production company of upcoming JTBC drama Man to Man released yesterday three character posters featuring Park Hae Jin (Cheese in the Trap), Park Sung Woong (Remember), and Kim Min Jung (Gap Dong).

The drama, which is written by Descendants of the Sun writer Kim Won-suk, tells the story of a longtime celebrity and his mysterious “ghost” bodyguard. It is pre-produced and scheduled to air on April 21, at the time slot currently occupied by Strong Woman Do Bong Soon.

Park Hae Jin plays the role of a ghost agent with elite black ops training. Then how did he end up being a bodyguard to a celebrity? His black and white poster just makes his character more mysterious. There’s a phrase in the poster that reads “I don’t even trust myself.”

character poster of man to man

Park Sung Woong stars as an actor who takes mostly the villainous roles. Why would a celebrity like him hire an elite secret agent as his bodyguard? His charismatic appearance leaves a strong impression on his character. The poster says “Are you not going to get rid of me? I think I am the most dangerous person.”

character poster of man to man

Rounding out the main cast of the drama is Kim Min Jung, whose role is Park Sung Woong’s biggest fan who works as his manager. But before that, she started as the president of the actor’s fanclub. Although still in black and white, her poster seems to stand out with her facial expression. The poster reads “My oppa is more beatuful than flowers.”

character poster of man to man

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