Gugudan’s Hana cast in romance web drama ‘Another Peaceful Day Of Secondhand Items’

K-pop girl group Gugudan’s Hana has been cast in a new romance web drama titled Another Peaceful Day Of Secondhand Items.

The drama tells the story of people who buy and sell secondhand items online. The focus of the story is a woman who gets dumped by her long-term boyfriend and begins to think of herself as a “used product” in the dating market. When she meets a man who teaches her the importance of secondhand products, she begins to see her value.

Hana has been cast as the lead character Shin Na-ra, a hardworking but average girl who falls short of perfect in everything she does. Through her coming of age story, a message of self-worth and hope will be told to the viewers.

Meanwhile, actress Lee Ga-eun will portray Lee Ri-ah, Hana’s best friend who is popular among men but sticks to having flings instead of proper relationships. Kang Tae-joo will play the male lead in the series, who meets Shin Na-ra while buying a second-hand laptop and is unable to stop thinking about her. He is described as a man who is devoted to his love, as well as dependable and trustworthy.

Another Peaceful Day Of Secondhand Items will premiere in 2020.

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