JTBC has revealed a nostalgic first teaser for Park Min-young and Seo Kang-joon‘s upcoming drama I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice, which is now confirmed to premiere on February 24.
I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice is a romance melodrama based on a novel of the same name. It revolves around Park Min-young’s (Her Private Life) character, a professional cello player who becomes jaded with life in fast-paced Seoul, so she moves back to her hometown. There, she reunites with a former classmate, played by Seo Kang-joon (Watcher), who now runs a small independent bookstore in the same town. As their feelings rekindle, their lives begin to change.
The 31-second video teaser has a sepia tint to it because it is a flashback from the past. It tells the viewer how the main characters met in school. Park Min-young is seen playing a lovely melody on the piano, which captures Seo’s interest. Park is then seen gazing at a bare field, and asks, “Those things that look like soft marshmallows… What are they called?” Seo hits the brakes on his bicycle just as Park turns to him and inquires, “Do you know?” As he gazes at her with intensity, Seo admits that he has always been curious about her.
Last week, JTBC dropped still images of the two lead actors. A grown-up Park Min-young is shown smiling brightly in one of the stills. In another, she is dressed warmly in a jacket but has an expression of worry on her face. Park’s character has been described as someone who has been hurt by many, and as a result, has shut her heart to love.
Seo Kang-joon, meanwhile, looks the spitting image of a warm-hearted bookstore owner in his stills. He is seen wearing turtlenecks and smiling good-naturedly. His character is known to be kind and caring, making coffee for everyone who visits his store. He has been in love with Park Min-young’s character for a long time.
I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice is helmed by PD Han Ji-seung of the 2018 mystery thriller Mistress. It also stars Moon Jeong-hee (Vagabond), Lee Jae-wook (Extraordinary You), and Kim Hwan-hee (Beautiful World). It will replace Jung Ryeo-won and Lee Sun-kyun’s Diary Of A Prosecutor on JTBC on February 24.
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