Seohyun, Go Kyung-pyo are glamorous in new stills from upcoming comedy drama

JTBC’s upcoming drama Private Lives has dropped exciting new stills featuring leads Seohyun (Seo Ju-hyun) and Go Kyung-pyo.

Private Lives is a comedy drama about a group of con artists who make money by manipulating the private information of people. They get their hands on a national secret and use their skills to go against a major company to prevent the secret from being revealed.

Seohyun (The Time) plays Cha Joo-eun in the drama. She is a con artist who uses her angelic looks to scam people and make money. Her specialty is the ability to pull off various disguises. Her natural beauty and talent for acting also allow her to transform into a variety of characters to swindle people.

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In her stills, Joo-eun is seen pulling off various disguises, complete with intense hair and outfit changes. She turns into an elite businesswoman, a fashion-obsessed rich woman, and even a stage actress with a pink wig. The role marks a massive transformation for Seohyun, who has been known for her innocent image as the youngest member of K-pop girl group Girls’ Generation.

Meanwhile, Go Kyung-pyo (Cross), who is making his drama comeback after military service with Private Lives, plays Lee Jung-hwan, an ordinary office worker for a major corporation. He is a competent and logical worker, leading two business development teams at work. While other actors in the show have been introduced as con artists already, Go’s character remains a mystery.

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In his stills, Jung-hwan is seen wearing stylish formal suits in shades of grey and black. He sports a warm smile and looks charismatic and relaxed in his work environment. In a world of con artists, Lee Jung-hwan’s character raises curiosity about the role he will play. His relationship with Seohyun’s character Cha Joo-eun is also garnering interest.

Private Lives is helmed by Nam Gun, who directed Temperature of Love (2017), and written by Yoo Sung-yeol, who penned My Beautiful Bride (2015). It is set to premiere on September 16 as JTBC’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama, following the conclusion of Song Ji-hyo’s Was It Love?.

You can watch the teaser for Private Lives here.

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