Ghost agent Park Hae-jin moves throughout Hungary in new Man to Man teaser
Upcoming JTBC Friday-Saturday drama Man to Man recently released a new character teaser of Park Hae-jin (Cheese in the Trap). It definitely has more of a Mission Impossible vibe than the previous teaser, which was reminiscent of older James Bond films. Park Hae-jin stars as an elite secret agent who somehow ends up undercover as the bodyguard to a top Hallyu celebrity, played by Park Sung-woong (Remember—Son’s War).
Park Sung-woong plays an actor that everyone loves to hate; he’s been typecast as a villain, but that’s exactly what has catapulted him to stardom. It’s even gotten him a fan club, led by Kim Min-jung (Gap-dong), whose love for oppa eventually lands her a position as his manager. She has a contentious relationship with Park Hae-jin at first, unsure of his motives for being around Park Sung-woong, but maybe their bickering relationship will turn into something deeper?
The teaser gives us a great first look at the overseas location shoot in Budapest, Hungary. The old-style glamour of the buildings paired with the secret agent action and large-scale stunts make for an exciting viewing experience, though unfortunately there’s no dialogue to clue us in on what’s happening. It’s just a glimpse at the very busy life of a ghost agent, from being captured and tortured, to gunfights, exploding cars, and fancy parties. All in a day’s work, right?
Rawr, they’ve been teasing us long enough, and I want the drama to air already! Too bad there’s still a month until the premiere date. JTBC’s Man to Man will begin broadcasting on April 21 after the conclusion of Strong Woman Do Bong-soon.
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