Lee Sang-woo considering Feel-Good Day
Lee Sang-woo is considering a role in upcoming SBS weekend drama, Feel-Good Day. We’re getting a few conflicting reports, with one news article confirming the actor’s involvement and another posted shortly after refuting the claim, but both stories are in agreement that an offer was made.
Lee Sang-woo is currently on a short break after wrapping up Monday-Tuesday drama Warm Words last month, and is said to be considering Feel-Good Day amongst a few other projects. If accepted, this would be his third consecutive SBS drama, as he was also in last year’s weekend drama Goddess of Marriage.
Feel-Good Day is a story about a determined single mother who has raised three daughters on her own. Her goal, now that the daughters have grown, is to marry all three women off to decent men.
Lee Sang-woo would play the eldest grandson of the family next door, who earns steady income as a corporate drone. Although he’s inherited his grandfather’s brusque and conservative nature, he’s also received kind-hearted qualities from his father, and is intrinsically a good man. He is romantically involved with the middle sister, and he’s an “eomchinah” — perfect potential son-in-law material — which seems like the type of role made for Lee Sang-woo. Doesn’t he already seem like a handsome, kind, sensitive, and beloved-by-parents prospective mate?
Feel-Good Day will be written by Moon Hee-jung of I Miss You and Can You Hear My Heart. The drama will begin airing weekends in April after the conclusion of Passionate Love this month.
Via My Daily
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