So Joo-yeon confirmed to star alongside Ji Chang-wook, Kim Ji-won in ‘City Couple’s Way of Love’

So Joo-yeon will be joining Kakao TV’s newest romance drama City Couple’s Way of Love!

On October 6, the actress’ agency confirmed the news that So Joo-yeon is to appear in Kakao TV’s original drama City Couple’s Way of Love. The series will tell a realistic love story between young people finding themselves in the chaotic city life. It will star Ji Chang-wook (Backstreet Rookie) as the passionate architect Park Chae-won and Kim Ji-won (Arthdal Chronicles) as the self-doubting freelancer Lee Eun-oh.

So Joo-yeon is set to play Seo Rin, Lee Eun-oh’s best friend and Choi Gyung-joon’s (played by Kim Min-seok, Because This Is My First Life) longtime girlfriend. Recently, the actress has been reported to star in the Korean remake of the popular Chinese drama A Love So Beautiful, which is set to premiere in the latter part of the year. She last appeared in the second season of the medical series Dr. Romantic, which premiered last January.

Attention is set on how she will portray her character with her co-stars Ji Chang-wook, Kim Ji-won, and Kim Min-seok. The series will release a total of 12 episodes, with a 30-minute screentime for each episode. It will be released on Kakao TV in the latter part of 2020.

City Couple’s Way of Love will be helmed by director Park Shin-woo, who is behind the success of the recently concluded healing romance drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (2020), and penned by screenwriters Jung Hyun-jung (Romance Is a Bonus Book) and Jung Da-yeon.

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