Park Min-young, Seo Kang-joon reunite in poster for upcoming drama

JTBC has unveiled the first posters of the upcoming romance drama I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice starring Park Min-young and Seo Kang-joon.

Based on a novel of the same name, the drama follows the reunion between two former schoolmates. Park Min-young (Her Private Life) plays a musician who moves back to her quiet hometown after growing disillusioned with city life. She reunites with Seo Kang-joon (Watcher), who portrays a warm-hearted owner of an independent bookstore in the town and has been in love with her since their high school days.

The poster of the series expresses the themes of reunion and romance quite well. Against a vast landscape covered in snow, Park Min-young and Seo Kang-joon are seen facing each other. Park is dressed in a long overcoat and drags a suitcase behind her, signifying her move to the small town. Seo is seen with his bicycle, possibly on the way to his shop, when he meets Park. This is a possible foreshadowing of how his monotonous life is about to change with her arrival.

Park Min-young also took to Instagram to promote her latest series.

Aside from the poster above, there are also two posters featuring the leads separately. These are the third set of promos for the drama, following the first still images and a flashback teaser introducing the main characters and how they met for the first time.

The drama also has several interesting actors in its supporting cast, including Kim Hwan-hee (Beautiful World), who plays Seo Kang-joon’s sister and is expected to create a hilarious sibling dynamic with Seo, and Moon Jeong-hee (Vagabond), who takes on the role of Park Min-young’s aunt.

I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice is helmed by PD Han Ji-seung, who worked on the 2019 OCN drama Mistress. It will premiere on February 24 as a Monday-Tuesday drama, replacing Jung Ryeo-won and Lee Sun-kyun’s Diary Of A Prosecutor.

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