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Seo Kang-joon and Park Min-young bundle up for JTBC’s I Will Find You When the Weather Is Nice

New character stills have been released for JTBC’s upcoming romance I Will Find You When the Weather Is Nice, featuring lead actors Park Min-young (Her Private Life) and Seo Kang-joon (Watcher).

The story follows Park Min-young in the role of Mok Hae-won. Dejected by broken relationships and betrayals while living in the big city, her heart hardens and she becomes distrustful of others. Although it feels like the chilly winter weather has penetrated deep into her heart, she’s actually hiding the fear that she might get hurt again. And so, in order to escape the Seoul and find reprieve, she returns to her hometown in the countryside where she visits a small independent bookshop.

The bookstore is run by Im Eun-seob, played by Seo Kang-joon, who was classmates with Park’s character when they were children. Warm and gentle, he’s known to be very thoughtful and considerate in all of his relationships with people and finds enjoyment in life’s small moments. Having had a crush on Park when they were young, he’s taken aback when he sees her again in their hometown. As the two reconnect as adults, they gradually fall in love as well.

This show fell under my radar for some reason, but I’m excited to see how it turns out. I’m already taken in by the idea of toasty hot drinks and warm sweaters (like in Seo Kang-joon’s photos), as winter is in full force where I’m located right now. The timing is great too since Chocolate ends this weekend and I was looking for a good melo romance to replace it.

Written by Han Ga-ram (Summer Days) and directed by PD Han Ji-seung (Mistress, Alone in Love), JTBC’s new romance I Will Find You When the Weather is Nice is currently set to premiere in February 2020 following Diary of a Prosecutor.

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I get a Camellia Blooms without the serial killer vibe.
Alone in Love was great.

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@welh,
Yay for another ALONE IN LOVE fan. (That's the vibe I have been getting all along from STOVE LEAGUE.) I really could have done without the serial killer subplot in WHEN THE CAMELLIA BLOOMS. There was plenty of grist for the mill without it. I'm not sure what that leaves us with, but it would be a refreshing switch if the OTP reconnects in their hometown without going over the deep end.

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I mean... OFC they knew each other as kids lol.
Should I watch this to see if I actually like a PMY drama post-Healer... I mean what :P
Actually I think what I'm most looking forward to about this (other than books) is that it's not set in Seoul...

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@sicarius,
I agree -- a change of venue from Seoul is most welcome. I enjoyed CAMELLIA for that reason. Ditto for CHOCOLATE, STOVE LEAGUE, and CRASH LANDING ON YOU -- which all spend little time there.

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What I wouldn't give for another drama set in Busan.

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@sicarius,
The Dreams just had their budget chopped again, and have gone to the far south for spring training in STOVE LEAGUE. I can't recognize the seaside location of the baseball stadium they're using for their practice game against the Vikings at the end of ep. 11. I don't think the location was mentioned by name, but I wondered if it were Busan. Could be in the southwest as well.

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I will watch it. I like both Seo Kang-Joon (I seem to be one in a million according to what I’ve read lately) and Park Min-Ju, so it’s a Yes for me.

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SKJ has really become a good actor. I think he got a lot of flack several years ago but most people recognize that he can hold his own now. Are You Human Too really opened my eyes to his skill.

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I even liked him in Cheese in the Tramp and Entourage.
And I think he was fantastic in Are You Human Too?

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Cheese in the Tramp. The cheese kept him going, all though the 16 episodes of angst.

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I don't like cheese, but I liked the drama (or something).

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I actually liked SKJ from the first thing I saw him in which was the very bad and strange After School Club: Lucky or Not lmao
My mother likes him too 😂😂😂

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I'll team up with you and your mum!!

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Oh my. That drama was amazing 🤣🤣 the second season proved that SKJ was the secret sauce that made it work in it's own way.

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I don't think I watched the second season hahaha I just went through a period of bingeing really old strange mini dramas when I had nothing else to watch and... enjoyed myself despite most of them being campy as heck lmao

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I couldn't quite get into Are you human too and Third Charm so I don't know how good of an actor Seo Kang-joon is but I love Park Mi -Young so I'll probably watch this for her.

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Try Watcher. He was very good in that too.

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Yes Watcher was fantastic. Plus it has Han Suk-Kyu.
BTW, I would love a second season.

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Yes, Watcher was what sold me on him as an actor!

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Thanx, I'll give it a go.

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i have the same problem with Seo Kang Joon. i haven't seen him in anything since entourage but have heard good things about him so i'm interested to see for myself.

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Similar feelings for PMY, love her since City Hunter. While she does the same roles (her character description is hardly any different) she still makes you like her and well she has great chemistry with all of her co stars. I feel Korea has been sleeping on her, yes she gets lead roles but she isn't all that famous locally.

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@wapz,
It seems to me that PMYs recent modern characters in romances (WHAT'S WRONG WITH SECRETARY KIM; HER SECRET LIFE are the only ones I've seen) are very similar. I agree with you about her playing likeable characters, which can get kind of cloying after a while. I loved her performance in SEVEN DAY QUEEN, and would be thrilled to see her in another sageuk. IIRC, she was also in GU AM HEO JOON along with second lead antagonist Namgoong Min -- which was my intro to both of them. (Come to think of it, I'd love to see NM in another sageuk. It's been a dog's age.)

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Oops! Sorry about that, @wapzy!

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I love her performance in SDQ. She actually shines in sageuk but in that show she was magical, probably her best. Even shows that were successful like WWWSK, Park Seo Joon got way more publicity and recognition than her.

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@rueffie rue,

I first saw Seo Kang-joon in the sageuk HWAJUNG / SPLENDID POLITICS. He has improved by leaps and bounds since then, so much so that I would love to see him do another sageuk. I bet he would be terrific in a sword fight now that he's got a bunch of action roles under his belt. As @marcusnyc20 bong-soo suggested a while back, SKJ is looking more and more like Lee Joon-gi's successor, and I have to agree, especially after seeing him in WATCHER a few weeks ago.

ARE YOU HUMAN TOO? was the drama that sold me on Seo Kang-joon's acting. As far as I'm concerned, he set the standard for robot performances among the tin man Kdramas I've seen. His dual performance as NAM SHIN III and his human namesake -- and the two of them impersonating each other -- was top-notch in its subtlety, and kept me watching long after the plot and most of the characters went off the rails. I put it on par with Yang Se-jong's dynamite performance in DUEL playing a pair of clones, their donor, and one clone impersonating the other. The subtlety of both their eye-acting, micro-expressions, and body language was stellar. In both cases, even when one character was impersonating the other, you could still tell them apart -- and the deftness and finesse with which they achieved that differentiation was stunning.

THE THIRD CHARM saw SKJ further solidify his progress as an actor in a role in which his character grows up from a nerdy open-hearted college student into a kickass cop, who then follows his bliss only to end up as an existentially-despairing chef still unable to move on from an unhealthy relationship dating back to college. Even in his hard-boiled tsundere detective stage, he conveys the aridity of his inner landscape, and gradually and gingerly lowers his guard. Esom is terrific in her painfully realistic portrayal of a wangtta with a seriously-damaged psyche who is in dire need of an intervention. After being put through the wringer while watching all that unfold, I'd really enjoy a slice-of-life healing romance right about now.

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Wow, you're the only person who's made Third Charm sound like it's worth watching...hmm, I'll give a try.

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I have a friend from work who watched it on Netflix with no expectations because she doesn't hang out in the drama community. And she really liked it. I always felt this was a drama that suffered from poor marketing and audience expectations. I've been planning to watch it at some point myself.

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I think if Third Charm hadn't been marketed as something of a rom com, it would have been received.

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I just watched the opening sequence and really liked the production.

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@leetennant, @egads,
I agree that the marketing for THE THIRD CHARM was totally screwed up. I think Writer-nim tried to combine too many genres and had too many characters. No way would I call it a rom-com -- it was melodrama / makjang with a 1-micron veneer of humor. Some of what passed for humor was not at all funny to me. ML's sister was a sadist who mercilessly harassed him and his best friend something fierce. FL was wangtta'd at school and work, while ML was wangtta'd at home.

Also, completely ignore the the poster, which seems to be PPL for Lisbon's trolley system:
http://asianwiki.com/The_3rd_Charm.

One bright spot was the wonderful performance by Yang Dong-geun as FL's oppa. I would love to see him in RULER OF YOUR OWN WORLD, but haven't been able to find it with subtitles. (I watched the first 6 episodes raw, and then threw in the towel.)

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@linda-palapala,
Watch it only if you enjoy gritty, dysfunctional relationships that have realistically unsettled endings in need of redemption -- and 90 days in a residential rehab. It is bleak. MAWANG, in comparison, had a happy ending.

THE THIRD CHARM was so true-to-life that it hurt like the dickens to observe the dysfunction in the ML's family of origin. Later, his sincerity and repeated accommodation to the tsundere FL's emotionally-stunted personality killed me every time. (It was reminiscent of the chef and the scriptwriter [Yang Se-jong and Seo Hyun-jin] in TEMPERATURE OF LOVE, but more drastic. The chef's family of origin was even worse, however.) The FL's family tragedies were crushing, so I could understand where she was coming from and the trajectory of her arc. I was not at all surprised to see how she ended up. It took a lot of guts for Esom to play such a role -- and she never wavered. Her performance was a tour de force that put SKJ's character through his own intense changes, and he more than held his own.

Since you enjoyed WATCHER, you'll get a kick out of SKJ's stint as a detective in this show. He does a fair amount of running around and fighting with baddies, and looked quite convincing, as I recall.

In case you've been watching LOVE WITH FLAWS, elder oppa Joo Won-jae (Min Wook-hyuk) plays a significant role in THE THIRD CHARM. He does a nice job of endowing an initially pesky character with some sympathetic traits.

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Oh, gritty dysfunctional relationships that have realistically unsettled endings?? Exactly my kind of show (and my life...)
Not watching Love with Flaws as I'm becoming even more tired of kdramas and now enjoying the best of c-dramas but mostly t-dramas. Thanks though! Someday you'll tire too - maybe.

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@linda-palapala,
I'm glad you're enjoying THE THIRD CHARM. It definitely delivers the grit and dysfunction. ;-)

The best part of LOVE WITH FLAWS was second oppa Won-seok's character arc. There are few gay characters in Kdramas, and Won-seok is right up there with Tae-sub and Kyung-soo (Song Chang-eui and Lee Sang-woo) the OTP from LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL (2010) and Shin Sung-rok's Lee Suk-jin in HYENA (2006). He and hyung Won-jae are memorable characters who raised their dongsaengs after their parents died. Cha In-ha gave a moving performance in what sadly turned out to be his final role.

CHOCOLATE has been a great slow burn, and I'm thoroughly enjoying STOVE LEAGUE with Namgoong Min. CRASH LANDING ON YOU keeps me in suspense, while I'm thrilled to return to Doldam Hospital for the continuing adventures of Kim Sabu in ROMANTIC DOCTOR, TEACHER KIM 2. It's possible that I'll tire of Kdramas sometime, but I have so many sageuks I haven't gotten to that I think it'll be a while. ;-)

BTW: I recently watched ep. 1 of THE UNTAMED SPECIAL EDITION just for a taste, and have now embarked on reading the novel, which I hope will help me keep the characters straight before I watch the full drama. The English translation of NIRVANA IN FIRE had a wonderful dramatis personae that cross-referenced the characters' various titles and courtesy names that was a life saver. I could use something like that for UNTAMED. As far as I know, there is no cast listing with mugshots a la those in AsiaWiki.

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@pakalanapikake So what's the deal with Untamed special edition? I don't get it...
Don't think you can compare Untamed with NIF because Untamed had a small budget and had to stick more with character interaction rather than setting. It's much simpler in scope. I love the blue palette though. There's no political machinations just vowing to do good with a clear conscience even if it means going against the majority and the "righteous" way to do things. And why Wei Wu Xian (Wei Ying to Lan Zhan) was the Mo Dao Zhu Shi. And I think there probably are fewer characters in Untamed than in NIF and are easier to place since there are only 5 clans. Of course, each person has at least three different names!
You probably are already aware the novel has a lot more flashbacks, going back and forth which confused a lot of readers. The drama pulls all the flashbacks together and tells a more linear story, which worked well. Plus, the novel is one of the most well written, best plot/story and best translated I've read - it flows effortlessly and is easy to read.
I didn't watch Love with Flaws after I read the actor died. It was too sad.
I will check out Life is Beautiful - I thought it was something other than what you mentioned.
More to follow...

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@pakalanapikake
So here's my very simplified version of who's important in Untamed. 5 clans/sects:
Wen: bad guys. Wear: Red and black. Nightless City that looks like a volcano eruption (but not). Names not important.
Lan of Gushan: Cloud Recesses, wear white/light blue and a pretty head ribbon (important). Lan Zhan (Lan Wangji) is Wei WuXian's soulmate. Lan Zhan has an older brother but I can never remember his name. They remind me of elves.
Jiang: Lotus flowers, lakes. Wei WuXian was adopted by them, has an older sister he loves and a brother with a love/hate relationship.
Jin: red dot on their forehead that I can't remember the proper name. Lots of illegitimate kids, most important one is Ming Yao, later GuangYao. He's very small. There's another somewhat important Jin but it would be spoilery to say.
Nie: only 2 important ones, the older brother who's a big guy, menacing looking and uses a saber. Younger brother Nie Huaisong that's a friend of Wei WuXian. He's small and timid.
Yi City Arc: one of everyone's favorite side stories. Two soulmates: Song Lan and Xiao Xingchen. Bad guy in this arc:
Xue Yang.
There you have it in a nutshell.

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@linda-palapala,
Mahalo nui loa for your UNTAMED crash course. It's the three different names per character that will drive me nuts. I already go bonkers in sageuks with scholars' pen names. ;-) I've only read the Prologue, but was impressed with the fluidity of the English.

It seems that UNTAMED SPECIAL EDITION is a 20-ep. subset focusing on the OTP. I'm going to watch the whole 50 eps. instead.

I was already watching PEOPLE WITH FLAWS when Cha In-ha died. It saddened me greatly, but I kept watching because I really liked his character. I recalled him from TEMPERATURE OF LOVE (one of Yang Se-jong's chefs), CLEAN WITH PASSION FOR NOW (one of Yoon Kyun-sang's cleaners), and WOK OF LOVE / GREASY MELO (one of Jang Hyuk's loansharks turned noodle slingers). He was also in ARE YOU HUMAN TOO? with SKJ, but I don't think I recognized him at the time as my eyes were glued to both Nam Shins -- and Lee Joon-hyuk.

There is more than one LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL, which is why I specified the year. I mean the family drama of 63 episodes.
http://asianwiki.com/Life_is_Beautiful_(SBS-2010-South_Korean_Drama). It's got a great cast, and is set on Jejudo, which was a lovely switch from the ususal Seoul locations. ;-)

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I finished the first episode of 3rd Charm - if I didn't know anything about it first, I'd swear this kid is gay, but then I'd remember this isn't a Taiwanese drama.

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Since I don't remember what made me drop Third Charm I'll try it after Watcher.

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@rueffie rue,
See further comments on THE THIRD CHARM's grittiness and dysfunctional relationships to possibly jog your memory (above). ;-)

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Watched about 4 or 5 episodes, got bored. It's too slow and boring for me right now. I skipped to the last episode (since I know basically how things go in between). I might be wrong since I didn't watch everything, but I thought the ending was perfectly fine. They grew up. And I think in the future when they're late 30s or early 40s they'll once again get back together.

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After Watcher I thought he should always do action dramas - he was great.

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Late to the party @linda-palapala but let me just add to your comment: AMEN.
I absolutely loved SKJ’s physicality in WATCHER. If you remember early on he went toe-to-toe with Lee Jae-yoon who is no slouch when it comes to action scenes.

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I can not say how much I'm looking forward to this. Fingers crossed.

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Ooooh they look so cozy and warm. I really like Seo Kang Joon after seeing him take on a serious role in Watcher. He did well.

Can't wait to see all the books and the smaller setting in the countryside. ^^ Hope the story and romance doesn't become bland.

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I love park min young and so whatever she’s in I’m excited. I definitely missed her in a melodrama. I’m still warming up to this pairing so fingers crossed they pull at my heartstrings. Also PMY really needs to escape the childhood trope..sigh

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Hello, after reading this awesome piece of writing
i am as well delighted to share my experience here with friends.

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Seo Kang Joon from a quick glance looks like he could be the long lost brother of Shin Sung Rok. Or is it just me, lol?

I thought Park Min Young was going to have bangs but I guess not? I hope it is a slow burn, and a warm and heartfelt show (I've heard people who read the manhwa say this).

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She has bangs only in flashback scenes. PMY hairstyles have been more or less the same for her last 3 dramas.

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I saw it in the teaser they aired! Can't wait!

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@tccolb, thank you for the update on I WILL FIND YOU WHEN THE WEATHER IS NICE. You had me at "independent bookshop." I agree that the stills conjure up an introspective atmosphere of curling up with a good book in the dead of winter while swaddled in layers of cozy wool.

I'm tickled to learn that the director worked on ALONE IN LOVE, one of my top Kdramas. From the information that I've been able to turn up on Han Ga-ram's only other drama to date (a 2-part TV movie that aired in late 2017 on JTBC and has yet to be subtitled), the title can be variously rendered as SUMMER DAYS; HAN YEO-REUM'S MEMORY; MIDSUMMER'S MEMORY. Based on a description on a streaming site, that looks like a trick title. I may end up watching it raw because of the cast: Choi Gang-hee (PETTY ROMANCE; HEART TO HEART), Lee Joon-hyuk [1984] and Lee Jae-won (both in THE SPRING DAY OF MY LIFE, whose title had a double meaning), Tae In-ho (philandering fiance in ROMANTIC DOCTOR, TEACHER KIM; MAN TO MAN), and Heo Young-ji (formerly of "Kara" who was a hoot as An-na in OH HAE-YOUNG AGAIN -- another show with a trick title).

It looks as if screenwriter Han Ga-ram is a member of the production design team (along with Lee Ha-joon, Jo Won-qoo, and Jo Hee) that snagged an Oscar nomination for PARASITE.
https://channels.vlive.tv/C7A6F1/vtoday/1.12584069

My fingers are crossed that there will be no terminal illnesses, family tragedy-induced mental scars, birth secrets, fatal paper cuts, mad robotics scientists, serial killers, or kidnappers lurking in the stacks. I'm still attempting to recover from THE THIRD CHARM, ARE YOU HUMAN TOO?, and WHEN THE CAMELLIA BLOOMS. Please spare me from WHAT'S WRONG WITH BOOKSELLER IM. Truck Of Doom, please take a detour and park for a spell in a scenic rest stop for a well-deserved break after all your hard work in 2019 and early 2020. ;-)

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@pakalanapikake, I suspect that the crisis issues in this one will be ones that challenge their trust in each other.

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@lindag latebloomer,
It would be refreshing if the issues stem from the here-and-now, and do not date back to childhood.

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Read a little about the book that this drama is based on. There is some past trauma as her mother killed her violent dad... He is adopted child. But the main themes is about forgiveness, healing and love. The main story is about conveying courage to reach out to the person even if it is cloudy weather and you been waiting until the weather improve.

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Thank you, @silje sal, for information on the source novel, Nalssiga Joeumyeon Chajagagesseoyo by Lee Do-Woo. The background and themes are appealing, so I plan to tune in. It sounds like a healing drama, which I could really use right about now after seeing too many serial killers and persecuted wangttas over the past year. -- I'm tickled to see that the supporting cast includes Im Se-mi (the young queen of Baekje in THE KING'S DAUGHTER, SOO BAEK HYANG) and Nam Gi-ae (Junho's resourceful office manager in CONFESSION; Jung Il-woo's stepmom, the Queen Dowager, in HAECHI; Park Do-kyung's parasitic harridan of a mom in OH HAE-YOUNG AGAIN).

As often happens, there are slightly different translations of the title:

http://asianwiki.com/If_the_Weather_Is_Good,_I%27ll_Find_You

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I%27ll_Find_You_on_a_Beautiful_Day

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oooh looking forward to this! finally seo kang joon is paired with someone i like lolololol

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I like Seo Kang-joon, and this synopsis is giving me Taiwan type drama vibes (i.e. Yong-joo Grocery Store). A good thing.
I'm not a Park Min young fan, but mostly because I've usually seen her as a chirpy character in most of her romcom dramas and I'm tired of that type of role. If she can be more solemn and sad for a change as this suggests, I might like her. Would love to see her as a totally different type of character, like maybe the bad guy for once, or an action drama, etc.

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Park Min-young was terrific in SEVEN DAY QUEEN -- which definitely was not a chirpy rom-com. Her character was feisty when she was young.

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Oh, I was confusing chirpy and feisty...so, I don't like either one, heh, heh. I just don't like Park Min young in anything she's done so far. But I never seem to give up on her and always try whatever new thing she's in. Plus, I realize there are probably only a handful of other people who don't like her characters. Blame the writers, not the actress!

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@linda-palapala,
In SEVEN DAY QUEEN, Park Si-eun plays the feisty younger version of Park Min-young's noblewoman Shin Chae-kyung. The girl befriends Yeonsangun (Lee Dong-gun) and his half-brother Lee Yeok, the future King Joongjong (Yeon Woo-jin), so there's no chirpy PMY, as I recall (but your mileage may vary.) Her adult version is quite dignified, but in the course of palace politics she eventually develops steeliness, and is mentally tougher than Lee Yeok.

The show aired not all that long after Kim Ji-suk turned in a sympathetic performance as Yeonsangun in REBEL -- so it made for lots of paranoia and bloodshed if you watched both shows. SEVEN DAY QUEEN is tragic to the max, but the cinematography and production values are exquisite. In a way, it is like NOKDU FLOWER, which was set in a short span of the time period covered by MR. SUNSHINE. I knew from the start that SEVEN DAY QUEEN was going to bust my heart to smithereens if it stuck to the historical record, and it did so with an epic performance from Lee Dong-gun that presented yet another interesting characterization of the hated tyrant.

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Wasn't Park Min Young in Healer? Her role there was a more somber role for the most part. I really loved that drama and thought the main leads did a great job.

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This does sound like a good replacement for Chocolate, which just ended. I'm liking the out of Seoul setting in dramas lately. It puts you in a calm, relaxed mood -- a perfect way to wind down from your busy day.

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It's not winter where I come from. Am I still welcome to watch this drama, OP?

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@bdxpelik,

Of course you're welcome to join. Just skip the woolly sweaters and long-handled underwear to avoid heat stroke. ;-)

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I really can't wait to watch it. I'm craving for some good melodrama. I've been waiting of chocolate to end so I can binge watch on Netflix.

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I am so excited ilove both them😘😘😘😘😘

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After Watcher, I have a newfound appreciation of Seo Kang Joon. He did an excellent job in his role. I've always liked Park Min Young. Melo isn't my favorite genre, but if it's more of a sub-genre I'm fine with it. I'll probably watch this.

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Finally figured out why I don't care for Park Min-young. I no longer see her as a character in a drama, but an actress playing a character.
However, I really really like Seo Kang-joon's acting. He's always the character, not the actor playing the character.
So, when I try out this drama, who will win? If I'm taken out of the story by Park Min-young playing a role, then no. If I see Im Eun-seob, then okay.

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