MBC’s newest romantic drama When I Was Most Beautiful dropped its first poster, featuring lead stars Im Soo-hyang, Ha Seok-jin, and Ji Soo.
When I Was Most Beautiful tells the story of two brothers, Seo Hwan (Ji Soo, My First First Love 2) and Seo Jin (Ha Seok-jin, Your House Helper), who fall in love with the same woman, Oh Ye-jin (Im Soo-hyang, Graceful Family). Ye-jin is a ceramic artist whose life wish is to simply find happiness. Instead, life throws her a curveball as she finds two men vying for her affection. Seo Hwan, an architectural designer, and Seo Jin, a race car driver, both fall for Ye-jin at first sight. But when Seo Jin openly declares his plan to pursue the Ye-jin, Seo Hwan finds himself torn between the woman he loves and the older brother he admires.
The newly dropped poster shows the main characters inside a ceramic studio. Seo Jin and Oh Ye-jin, who seem to be on a date, are all smiles as they make pottery together. Seo Jin has his arms around Ye-jin, while the latter gazes at him lovingly. Their side of the room is bright and well-lit, complementing the light mood of the couple. Meanwhile, Seo Hwan, in his uniform, is sitting on the stairs beside the two. He is staring at something from afar, with a look of defeat and longing in his eyes. Unlike the area where Seo Jin and Ye-jin are, the part of the room where he’s in is dimly lit, as if in reflection of his character’s tense feelings and possibly imminent heartache.
The production team shared, “In the When I Was Most Beautiful poster, [the viewers can see] the relationship between Im Soo-hyang, Ji Soo, and Ha Seok-jin, and the colors of their characters. [We] hope you feel the essence of this well-made melodrama that will be shown in the small screen after a long time.”
When I Was Most Beautiful (also known as When I Was the Prettiest) is directed by Oh Kyung-hoon and written by Jo Hyun-kyung. It will air at 9:30 p.m. KST every Wednesday and Thursday starting August 19.
In the meantime, you can check out the drama’s teaser here.
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