Seo Hyun-jin, Yang Se-jong all smiles in ‘Temperature of Love’ posters

Actors Seo Hyun-jin and Yang Se-jong are all smiles in the latest Temperature of Love posters released by SBS on September 9. The two, playing as the main couple in the drama, can be seen together in the three posters that reflect the romantic vibe of the upcoming show.

In the first two posters, Seo Hyun-jin (Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim) and Yang Se-jong (Duel) are smiling as they hold each other hands and as she leans her head against his shoulder, depicting the excitement of the drama’s main couple who just started to fall in love. The two posters, shot at the Bukchon Hanok Village in Seoul, reflect the romantic emotions of the budding romance between the two main characters. 

Temperature of Love tells the story of two people who meet online for the first time and somehow become involved in a relationship that did not develop well. The two individuals meet later on in person and end up falling in love with each other as they both reach the optimal “temperature of love” that will make their relationship work effectively. Seo Hyun-jin is playing an aspiring screenwriter six years older than Yang Se-jong’s character, a chef working at the restaurant he opens up with his self-made businessman friend, played by Kim Jae-wook (Voice). Kim Jae-wook and Jo Bo-ah (Sweet Stranger and Me), who is playing the second female lead, are shown in the third poster below that exudes more synergy than expected.

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The upcoming romantic comedy is raising the positive expectation of viewers who have seen the lead couple working together in Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim. More than the promising chemistry of the two actors, the viewers are expecting a good performance from the show considering the solid main cast who have already proven their talent and versatility as actors.

Temperature of Love, the latest project from Doctors writer Ha Myung-hee, will air every Mondays and Tuesdays starting September 18.

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