Han Ye-ri adorably upset at best friend Kim Ji-suk in new stills for My Unfamiliar Family
I want to be Han Ye-ri (Nokdu Flower) in My Unfamiliar Family because I would have Kim Ji-suk (When the Camellia Blooms) as my smexy best guy friend. As previously reported, My Unfamiliar Family tackles the topic of difficult relationships that can sour from misunderstandings and walking different paths of life. It will showcase an ordinary family whose members have grown distant from each other over time, and how some acquaintances feel closer to them than family because of common perspectives and time spent together.
At the heart of this family is Han Ye-ri who plays the considerate second daughter. She works at a publishing company, and has a positive attitude about everything. Kim Ji-suk is her best friend of more than a decade, and they’re shown in various stills interacting with each other. Despite his free-spirited, independent ways, he’s a realist at heart. He gave up his dream of becoming a photographer to pursue the more financially stable path of starting a media company. He often gives Han Ye-ri’s character realistic advice about her problems and secrets.
Chu Ja-hyun (Arthdal Chronicles) and Han Ye-ri play a pair of bickering sisters. Their vastly different personalities and communication styles make any little issue ripe for an argument. In contrast to Han Ye-ri’s warm concern and transparency, her older sister Chu Ja-hyun is a cold perfectionist with a strong sense of pride that makes her close-mouthed. She graduated from a top university and spent years as a patent attorney before getting married to a doctor. Shin Jae-ha (VIP) plays their younger brother, often caught in the middle, receiving the ire of both his older sisters. Due to his maknae status, he’s lived by his noonchi (emotional perceptiveness) to help improve the mood in any situation.
Monday-Tuesday tvN drama My Unfamiliar Family, directed by Kwon Young-il (Search Query: WWW) and written by Kim Eun-jung (The Man Living in Our House), will begin airing on June 1.