More posters, teasers for Park Min-young, Seo Kang-joon’s upcoming drama

JTBC’s upcoming romantic melodrama I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice, starring Park Min-young and Seo Kang-joon, has dropped more posters and teasers.

In the series, Park Min-young (Her Private Life) plays a cello player who shuts herself off to the world after being hurt. She moves back to her quiet hometown and reunites with her former schoolmate, played by Seo Kang-joon (Watcher), who runs a small independent bookstore in the town.

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Like the previous posters, which feature a snow-clad landscape, the new ones also feature a snowy day. Park Min-young looks adorable in her poster, dressed in a winter jacket with gloves on, as she smiles in excitement. The poster reads, “Can I count on it? The place that is like you.”

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Seo Kang-joon looks similarly bright and optimistic in his poster. He too is dressed for the winter, smiling in what looks to be Park Min-young’s direction. True to his character in the drama, he carries a book in one hand. The text over his poster reads, “Can I look forward to it? The place that you are.”

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Meanwhile, JTBC released a second teaser featuring Park Min-young. The 20-second video opens with calming piano music as someone opens a poetry book and pours tea. She is revealed to be Park, who then proceeds to narrate the first two lines of the poem, “Don’t cry, it is loneliness that makes you human.” She appears moved by the lines and gazes at something in the distance.

JTBC also released a stunning highlight clip of the actress shooting for the posters of the drama.

I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice will premiere on February 24.

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