Kang Min-ah is a college-goer in stills from upcoming drama

KBS2’s upcoming coming-of-age drama Blue Spring From a Distance has dropped stills featuring lead actress Kang Min-ah!

Blue Spring From a Distance, also known as At a Distance Spring Is Green, is adapted from a slice-of-life web comic of the same name, revolving around a bunch of college students in their 20s who are struggling in life but end up becoming friends. It stars Park Ji-hoon (Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency) as the son of a wealthy family who is blessed with everything in life except affection from his parents; Kang Min-ah (Beyond Evil) as a hard-working business student who lives with her divorced father; and Bae In-hyuk (The Spies Who Loved Me) as an excellent but cynical student who does various part-time jobs to financially support himself and his family. Na In-woo (River Where the Moon Rises) is also set to appear in the show. 

In the still images, Kang Min-ah looks every bit the sincere and bright university student. She is seen dressed in cheerful yellows and pinks, with her hair in a long bob, carrying her bag around the campus. Her character Kim So-bin is a third-year Business Administration major who works herself to the bone but does not often achieve the results she desires. In trying to be too sincere, she often ends up working on behalf of others and struggles because of it. She crosses paths with two boys in her department in college, and her life changes. 

Kang Min-ah in Blue Spring From a Distance 1
Kang Min-ah in Blue Spring From a Distance 2
Kang Min-ah in Blue Spring From a Distance 3

Blue Spring From a Distance is directed by Kim Jung-hyun and written by Ko Yeon-soo. It is set to premiere on June 14 on KBS2 in the Monday-Tuesday 9:30 p.m. KST time slot, replacing Lee Do-hyun’s Youth of May. International fans will be able to stream the drama on Viki. 

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