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A quiet moment for romance in new teaser for JTBC’s I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day

With the premiere just a few weeks away, a new video teaser has been released for JTBC’s upcoming romance I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day.

Starring Park Min-young (Her Private Life) and Seo Kang-joon (Watcher), the two actors play characters who went to the same school as children. It’s been a long time, though, since Park moved away to the big city of Seoul and Seo’s character, Im Eun-seob, continued living in their hometown. However, he never got over his crush on Park  and a small part of him has always been waiting for her to return.

For Park Min-young’s character, Mok Hae-won, life in Seoul had been like a roller coaster. Fed up after a string of bad experiences, she moves back to her hometown in the countryside to find some peace and rest. There, she reunites with Seo Kang-joon at his independent bookshop and their relationship finally sparks into something more than friendship.

The newly released teaser starts with Seo Kang-joon looking out through a window and taking in the sunlight. In a darkened room, elsewhere, Park Min-young turns on a lamp and smiles before she turns it off again. We hear the two characters having a conversation in voice-over. Park tells Seo, “I remember.” to which he asks, “What do you remember?” in return. She explains, “You. The memories are a little, but I do remember you. What about you?” Outside, the two walk together down a country road and Park Min-young turns to look at Seo Kang-joon. Cut to Seo slumped over the table and asleep, and Park looks at him curiously. The teaser comes to a close as he mumbles in his sleep, “I’m really happy that you came.”

Directing for JTBC’s new romance is PD Han Ji-seung (Mistress, Alone in Love) and scripts will be penned by writer Han Ga-ram (Summer Days).

JTBC drama I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day premieres February 24, and will be airing Mondays and Tuesdays following Diary of a Prosecutor.

Via Xports News

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I’ve been curious to understand, how bringing news works here. You either have almost nothing about some dramas and when you search for them there is like just one article before premiere or you getting articles about every promotional material, like this one. Is it some promotional sponsorship deal?

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They write news posts for what they think their reader base is most interested in. It's really not that deep.

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Not deep but heavily biased. The old Dramabeans wasn't biased.

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LOL that's a joke

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What I say everytime: Can. Not. Wait.

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the two actors play characters who went to the same school as children

What I say every time: of course, it's a kdrama. Must.Have.The.Childhood.Connection.

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But a known connection is a lot better than it being thrown in as a surprise in the end, for me.

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Exactly. The trope is fine, the trope can lovely, as long as the team actually know what to do with it. I'm so excited for this!

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I have come to think about it, and I think it has to do a lot with who Koreans are as a culture. Because of their language, let's say, they are little bit isolated from the rest of the world... and I don't mean it in a bad way. The same happens with some other countries/tribes, etc where only they speak their language... a relatively small group, only know each other... there you go.
Even, although south Korea is very open and modern right now, their tv shows rarely portray their relationships with people from other countries and even more rarely or impossible you will have a love story between a Korean and a person from another country.
So, I think it has to do with this kind of linguistic isolation that is not even their fault.

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that's an interesting theory! i also think it's more communal? idk how to explain. the way they tie their shows together for the public relies on some sort of connection. not all movies are this way. like inter-racial marriages or inter-culture ones are pretty common IRL but we dont see it on TV.

and it is a much smaller country than a lot of us are used to. it would be interesting to see comments on what people think about constantly having strings andn relations to each other. it's a big thing of fate.

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Yes, I also wanted to recall on how much they portray they are affected by what others think of them and comment, when whatever news about them, fake or real goes open, cyber bullying, peer pressure, all of that... it's like being extra sensible and sensitive to what the other say, why? Because the others are their reflection in the mirror.... the others confirm their existence through recognition, and for all of that, you need your common language, and they know only they can speak good Korean and be able to understand each other.

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i am really glad she's doing a more dramatic piece! i probably won't watch but i'm excited to see her in a deeper role.

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Into writer-nim’s suggestion box. I loved SKJ’s physicality in WATCHER. So I am not expecting that in NICE WEATHER. Maybe though you could have Eun-seob be the volunteer brazilian jiu jitsu instructor for the local elementary school kids after school. Perhaps work in a cameo by Lee Joon-gi. Maybe have some bad guys come into town who threaten to wreck the bookstore. Let Eun-seob take care of business.
Thanks for considering my suggestions.

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They already got the visuals down. Maybe the cinematography too

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I want to watch this for Lee Jae-wook but realistically how many episodes is he going to feature in.
I think he needs to appear on screen every 10 minutes each episode.

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