Park Min-young, Seo Kang-joon team up for new romance drama ‘I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice’

Park Min-young and Seo Kang-joon have been confirmed to star together in a new romance drama called I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice.

Based on a popular romance novel of the same title by Lee Do-woo, I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice tells a “healing” romance story that is set in the countryside. Park Min-young (Her Private Life) signed up for the role of Mok Hae-won, an ordinary woman who has got a chance to play the cello when she was young and uses her talent in the hope of succeeding in the professional world. When things don’t go as planned, she suffers from a heartbreak and ends up moving back to her hometown in Gangwon Province to have a fresh start.

Meanwhile, Seo Kang-joon (Watcher) took on the role of Im Eun-seob, who runs a small bookstore in Mok Hae-won’s hometown. His daily life is full of mundane activities, from reading while drinking coffee in the morning to making posts for his bookstore blog in the evening. Things become a bit exciting for him after he meets Mok Hae-won.

In the new drama, Park Min-young and Seo Kang-joon “will deliver warmth that will melt your hearts in the cold weather,” a member of the production team commented.

I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice comes from writer Han Ga-ram of A Midsummer’s Memory and director Han Ji-seung of The Age Of Love. It will be broadcast in the first half of 2020 on JTBC.

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