‘My Fellow Citizens’ unveils teasers featuring Choi Si-won, Lee Yoo-young, Kim Min-jung

KBS2’s upcoming drama My Fellow Citizens has released video teasers featuring its three leads. The series centers on a con artist who ends up marrying a detective and becoming a politician.

In the first teaser, Choi Si-won (Revolutionary Love) and Lee Yoo-young (Your Honor) text each other. Choi asks, “Honey, where are you?” with Lee replying she is in the office, dealing with customers who are bullies. In reality, we see that she is a police officer beating up criminals while furiously cursing at them. She addresses Choi as her husband and asks him what he is up to. He is seen hiding behind a sofa, while an argument goes on behind him, telling his wife he is in a business meeting while smelling wads of cash with a blissful expression on his face.

Choi and Lee then bump into each other on the street, lying that they got off their respective jobs early. As they walk together, arm in arm, a pair of handcuffs is seen dangling from Lee’s pocket, while Choi hides several fake identity cards behind him. Their voices narrate their thoughts: “My wife… my husband… is making me suspicious.”

In the second teaser, Choi is seen dressed as a doctor, a lawyer, and a businessman, introducing himself accordingly. A narration reveals he is actually a conman. The scene cuts to Choi bound by ropes, looking like he has been kidnapped by Kim Min-jung (Mr. Sunshine), who says, “It’s been a long time, conman.” She gives him a job, to which he asks what is in it for him. The scene cuts off with Kim Min-jung answering his question with the show’s title, “My fellow citizens.”

My Fellow Citizens will premiere on April 1, following the conclusion of Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul-ho 2: Crime and Punishment.

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