Jobless but fearless Nana flirts with Park Sung-hoon in Ballot
Political rom-com drama Ballot is on a promo spree, releasing two more posters and a teaser. Nana (Justice, Kill It) plays an unemployed job-hunter who decides to run for office instead of finding regular employment. Meanwhile, Park Sung-hoon (Psychopath Diary) plays a stick-in-the-mud civil servant who ends up helping Nana on her journey.
In the poster above, Nana leans against Park Sung-hoon in a tight embrace, while the caption says: “Instead of getting a job as she was told, Ballot.” They’re both wearing red, and fill the center of a similarly red circle as if checking a voter ballot option.
Despite being born a “dirt spoon,” Nana’s character has no qualms about dishing her opinions without a filter. Her refreshingly honest personality can clearly be shown in the yellow-blue poster where she takes a baseball bat to the saying: “Money comes first.”
During the latest teaser for Ballot, a young lady slides over a notebook asking, “Do you come to the library often?” toward Park Sung-hoon’s direction. When he doesn’t respond, she tries again and asks for his name through the notebook. Her last question asking for his number is the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Before she can even finish sliding the paper over, Park Sung-hoon has erected an insurmountable wall of books between himself and the young lady.
Finally understanding his rejection, the young lady leaves the library table in a huff. From a distance, someone calls Park Sung-hoon’s character’s name. The sound of light footsteps ends in a large crash, as Nana knocks over the wall of books in front of Park Sung-hoon. He looks completely alarmed at this new development, hunching over to protect himself. Seductively, Nana brushes her hair back and asks: “What about me? Do you like what you see?”
KBS drama Ballot will begin airing on July 1, after Soul Repairer finishes its run.