Smiling Jung Hae-in, worried Han Ji-min in latest stills from ‘Spring Night’

Spring Night released new stills featuring its lead actors Jung Hae-in and Han Ji-min, amping up the promotion of the series that is scheduled to premiere one month from now.

The upcoming drama centers on the romance between two individuals whose uneventful lives are changed after they fall in love with each other. Jung Hae-in (Something In The Rain) plays the role of Yoo Ji-ho, a young and ambitious pharmacist who is known for his unbeatable integrity. He rediscovers his forgotten emotions after meeting a woman who captures his heart. As their feelings for each other deepen, he finds himself blowing hot and cold on their relationship as reality hits him hard.

In the stills released on April 23, Jung Hae-in is shown having different facial expressions that reflect the emotions felt by his character. In one photo, Yoo Ji-ho has a smile plastered on his face as he talks on the phone with someone. Another still shows him sitting in the dark while staring at his phone and thinking deeply. Meanwhile, the top photo shows him standing and looking somewhat surprised.

Meanwhile Han Ji-min (The Light In Your Eyes) is portraying a librarian named Lee Jung-in. She is the kind of person who knows how to appreciate the small things in life.

In her stills, the actress looks as if something is bothering her. In one still, she is lost in thought while walking down the street while in another, she is seriously talking with someone over the phone.

The episodes of Spring Night (also known as One Spring Night) will also stream exclusively on Netflix from May 22, Netflix announced on Monday.

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Jessene is a writer and translator for Kdramapal. Being a licensed professional teacher and Korean culture enthusiast, she has conducted Korean language classes for college students and the Korean-Filipino community for free. Growing up with a lot of Korean uncles and aunts while learning martial arts, she has been exposed to Korean culture ever since she was a young girl. She considers singing as her first love, but anything Korean is a close second. When she's not working, she enjoys traveling and reading poetry. Her favorite place in South Korea is Gunsan (a city in Northern Jeolla) and she considers Hongdae her second home. If she were to be a famous Korean actress for a day, she'd be Gong Hyo-jin. Jessene can be reached at [email protected]