Seo Kang-joon, Park Min-young reunite in new promos for ‘When the Weather is Fine’

JTBC has released another set of teasers for Park Min-young and Seo Kang-joon‘s new drama When the Weather is Fine.

The romantic drama follows two high school classmates who reunite as adults in their small hometown. Park Min-young (Her Private Life) plays Mok Hae-won, a cellist who moved to Seoul to pursue music. She is repeatedly hurt by others, which forces her to shut her heart to love and return to her simple life in the countryside. Seo Kang-joon (Watcher) plays Im Eun-seob, her former classmate who now owns a small bookstore and looks forward to her return.

The 23-second teaser features calming piano music and warm lighting as the leads reunite for the first time and try to remember each other. Hae-won has only faint memories, while Eun-seob remembers her clearly and has been anticipating her return. The two go on walks and spend time at his bookstore. The teaser ends with Hae-won gazing at Eun-seob who is sleeping and muttering, “I really like that you returned.”

JTBC also dropped a new poster for the drama. The lovely pastel-toned poster features Park Min-young and Seo Kang-joon standing outside his shop ‘Good Night Book Store,’ looking like a happy couple. Unlike the previous set of posters, which featured the two gazing at each other from a distance, this poster shows them standing side-by-side. The two smile in a relaxed manner, indicating comfort in each other’s company as high school friends. The text on the poster reads, “During winter, I met you, who is like spring.”

When the Weather is Fine is based on a novel authored by Lee Do-woo and adapted by Han Ga-ram. The drama will air on JTBC every Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. KST starting February 24.

When the Weather is Nice poster
Promotional poster for When the Weather is Fine

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