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Rookie Nam Yoon-soo to join Eom Ji-won, Park Ha-sun, Jang Hye-jin in new tvN drama


Eom Ji-won, Nam Yoon-soo, Park Ha-sun, Jang Hye-jin

A new Monday-Tuesday drama has been lined up on tvN, called Postpartum Care Center, and casting has now been confirmed for actor Nam Yoon-soo (Extracurricular). He’ll be joining his sunbaes, Eom Ji-won (The Cursed), Park Ha-sun (Weekday Afternoon Lovers), and Jang Hye-jin (How to Buy a Friend, Crash Landing on You) confirmed that they were signing on in leading roles last week.

The drama stars Eom Ji-won as Oh Hyun-jin. Enjoying considerable success in her career, she becomes one of the youngest to be selected as an executive board member at her company. While balancing work and life, she becomes a mother relatively late in life.

Being an older mom meant getting through pregnancy and childbirth was no small challenge, but adapting to life after childbirth is a struggle as well. The story then follows Eom and the other women at a postpartum care center as they share their burdens, find comfort among their peers, and learn to grow.

Park Ha-sun plays a fellow mother and queen bee at the postpartum care center, Jo Eun-jung. Jang Hye-jin has signed on to play Choi Hye-sook, the head director at the postpartum care center.

Nam Yoon-soo takes on the role of a deliveryman named Ha Kyung-hoon. Friendly and courteous, he’s well-known among the center’s residents for his smile and has a happy-go-lucky personality. (Sounds like a complete 180-turn from his Extracurricular role.)

Directing for the drama is PD Park Su-won and scripts will be penned by a team of writers: Kim Ji-woo, Choi Yoon-hee, and Yoon Soo-min.

tvN’s Postpartum Care Center is currently being planned to air 8 episodes and will broadcast towards the end of 2020.

Via Yonhap News, YTN

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Park Ha Sun!!! She impressed so much in Love Affairs. Her acting showcased the change that her character went through so beautifully!

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it's only 8 eps which sounds perfect. if they could they could tackle [cis] womanhood in SK really well and they could deal with abortion. tbh idk what a postpartum center is but i'm not sure america's infrastructure has like an actual center but what do i know. looks good? love jang hye jin

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I really hope that we see more short form (a.k.a 8-12) episode shows more down the line. So MANY K-dramas would wholly benefit from this.

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Nam Yoon-soo and Lee Do-hyun (Chung Myung, Hotel Del Luna) has similar smiles!

8 eps is a good count. Not too long, not too short

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