First look at Seo In-guk in upcoming romance-fantasy drama

tvN has dropped Seo In-guk’s stills from the upcoming drama Doom at Your Service

Doom at Your Service stars Seo In-guk (Hundred Million Stars From the Sky) and Park Bo-young (Abyss) in a fantasy-romance story about a supernatural being who causes everything he touches to disappear and a woman who bets her life on a contract so as to avoid disappearing. Also starring in the drama are Lee Soo-hyuk (Born Again), Kang Tae-oh (Run On), Shin Do-hyun (Memorials), and SF9’s Dawon. 

In the drama, Park Bo-young plays Tak Dong-kyung, a web novel editor with ordinary dreams. Her life changes when death knocks on her door. She begins living life to the fullest and vows to not die and disappear. Seo In-guk, on the other hand, will play the supernatural entity who is fated to bring destruction and ruin wherever he goes. When he meets Dong-kyung, he offers all his love and compassion to her. 

After a series of romantic posters featuring the lead couple, tvN has now dropped the first stills of Seo In-guk from the show. Dressed in black and sporting a chic hairstyle, Seo exudes a cold and calculating aura. In another image, he is seen standing in the middle of a busy hospital with a curious expression on his face. The final still shows him walking along a sidewalk, wearing a long black overcoat. The actor’s cool and chic transformation, as well as his backstory as someone who brings ruin, is being awaited by fans. 

Seo In-guk as Myul Mang in Doom at Your Service 1
Seo In-guk as Myul Mang in Doom at Your Service 2
Seo In-guk as Myul Mang in Doom at Your Service 3

Doom at Your Service has been penned by Im Mea-ri of The Beauty Inside (2018) fame, while Kwon Young-il, who has previously worked on Search: WWW (2019) and My Unfamiliar Family (2020), will serve as director. The show is set to air in May after the conclusion of Song Kang’s Navillera, in which Seo In-guk is slated to make a special appearance

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