KBS Soul Repairer holds first script reading with Shin Ha-kyun, Jung So-min
New stills have been released featuring the cast and crew of KBS’s upcoming Soul Repairer, who gathered together for the drama’s first script reading.
Present at the reading were lead actors, Shin Ha-kyun (Bad Detective) Jung So-min (Hundred Million Stars From the Sky), Tae In-ho (My Fellow Citizens), and Park Ye-jin (My Country: The New Age).
The story of Soul Repairer takes place at a hospital and is centered around a team of psychiatrists and their patients, with a focus on mental health. One of drama’s other main themes will be the question of happiness and where happiness comes from, as seen through the different relationships between characters.
Shin Ha-kyun plays Dr. Lee Shi-joon, a psychiatrist who’s dedicated to helping his patients even if means utilizing unconventional treatment methods. He enjoys developing a rapport with patients and is skilled at discerning when to push and when to step back.
Jung So-min plays the character of Han Woo-joo, a rising musical actor. Emotionally driven, she is quick to run hot or cold, is passionate about her career, and struggles with figuring out her own sense of self.
The supporting cast was also present at the reading: Joo Min-kyung (One Spring Night), Jung Hae-kyun (Black Dog), Choi Jung-woo (The Secret Life of My Secretary), and Jang Yoo-sang (People With Flaws).
Writing for the drama is Lee Hyang-hee (Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul-ho). And directing will be done by PD Yoo Hyun-ki (Matrimonial Chaos), who previously worked with Shin Ha-kyun on Brain.
KBS’s new drama Soul Repairer is currently set to premiere in May.
Via Seoul Kyungje
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