Jung Woo, Oh Yeon-seo’s ‘The Crazy Guy in This District’ unveils script reading stills

Upcoming KakaoTV series The Crazy Guy in This District has released candid images of stars Jung Woo, Oh Yeon-seo, and AKMU’s Lee Su-hyun from its first table read.

Also known as Crazy Person in the Area, The Crazy Guy in This District follows two people who cross paths during a complicated time in their lives. As they go through the process of nursing their own heartaches, the two begin to get to know each other and spark a romance.

Reply 1994’s (2013) Jung Woo suits up as Noh Whee-oh, a passionate detective who works at the Gangnam Police Station. One day, he gets involved in an incident that changes his life and turns him into a crazy person who is unable to control his anger.

Jung Woo in The Crazy Guy in This District
Jung Woo

Joining him is Oh Yeon-seo (Love With Flaws), who portrays Lee Min-kyung, a career woman armed with good looks and a respectable job. Like Whee-oh, however, an event in her life also turned her into an irrational person with deep-seated trust issues. Since then, she has been bound by her delusions and obsessions that trigger the rage of those around her.

Oh Yeon-seo in The Crazy Guy in This District
Oh Yeon-seo

Apart from Jung Woo, Oh Yeon-seo, and Lee Su-hyun, who will play a part-timer, actors Baek Ji-won (Sell Your Haunted House), Lee Hye-eun (100 Days My Prince), Lee Yeon-doo (Graceful Friends), and Jung Sung-gil (Stranger 2) also attended the script reading session, giving the cast and crew a first glimpse at the drama’s supporting characters.

Lee Su-hyun in The Crazy Guy in This District
Lee Su-hyun

The Crazy Guy in This District will be released on KakaoTV at 7 p.m. every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday beginning May 24. The series will have 13 30-minute episodes.

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Kang Center is an assistant editor for Kdramapal and a girl with many pseudonyms. You'd often find her typing away on her phone, most likely writing a short story or finding a new K-drama to binge-watch. She's addicted to police procedurals and rom-coms, citing Voice, Phantom, and Master's Sun as a few favorites.

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