Eric Mun, Yoo In-na are ex-lovers in new stills from ‘The Spies Who Loved Me’

MBC’s upcoming spy-themed, rom-com series The Spies Who Loved Me unveiled the latest shots of Eric Mun and Yoo In-na as the ex-couple Jun Ji-hoon and Kang Ah-reum.

The Spies Who Loved Me follows the complicated life of a wedding dress designer who unknowingly gets involved with two secret agents and their thrilling world of espionage.

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The recently dropped images capture the romance that once bloomed between travel writer Jun Ji-hoon (Eric Mun, Eccentric! Chef Moon) and wedding dress designer Kang Ah-reum (Yoo In-na, Touch Your Heart). They met at an unfamiliar destination and eventually fell deeply in love. In the course of time, however, the two find the spark in their relationship dwindling down, ultimately driving them apart. Still, as if by fate, the last photos reveal a shocking continuation to their story: a post-divorce reunion during what seems to be Ah-reum’s bachelorette party.

The still cuts are raising curiosity on why Ji-hoon, who kept his true identity as an Interpol agent while he was married, will reappear in front Ah-reum and her current husband Derek Hyun (Lim Ju-hwanThe Game: Towards Zero), a diplomatic official who is actually a corporate spy.

The viewers can watch the trio’s exciting story unfold in The Spies Who Loved Me, which will air every Wednesday and Thursday at 9:30 p.m. KST beginning October 21.

You can check out the drama’s main poster here.

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