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Go Ara, Lee Jae-wook in new stills for Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol

With the premiere just a few days away, KBS rom-com Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol has released new stills featuring lead actors Go Ara (Haechi) and Lee Jae-wook (I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day).

The drama takes place in a countryside small town where our main characters are brought together. Although they initially becoming acquainted through strange circumstances in which Go Ara becomes indebted to Lee Jae-wook, they eventually find connection and comfort through music. And as they learn and grow to be better people, presumably, shenanigans plus romance ensues.

Go Ara takes on the role of pianist Gu La-la. Energetic and overflowing with positivity, she’s a survivor who looks at the glass half-full in any circumstance or challenge. Although a little odd, she’s also straight-forward in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get way and likes to take the simple approach. In a life turning-point she moves to a small town, opens a small piano academy called La La Land, and quickly becomes a member of the community.

Lee Jae-wook plays Sun Woo-joon, who is an expert of sorts on working part-time, having taken on all sorts of part-time gigs that were thrown at him over the years. Being an introvert, he has a guarded personality around others and hides many secrets. But those who know him well can see that he is actually quite affectionate and very warm-hearted.

Lee Jae-wook has been a favorite of mine since Search Query: WWW, so I’m happy to see him in his first lead role. For Go Ara, I was surprised to read that this is her first role in a traditional rom-com and looking back, I am impressed that she continues to push herself in different roles. Fingers and toes crossed this is a good one!

Written by Oh Ji-young (Shopping King Louis) and directed by PD Kim Min-kyung (Matrimonial Chaos), KBS’s next Wednesday-Thursday drama Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol premieres next week on October 7.

Via Osen, Sports Chosun

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Finally! I've been anticipating the premiere over a month.

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This is totally unfair of me, especially since I find both Go Ara and Lee Jae-Wook to be undeniable charmers, but because of timing and the musical element, I am going to compare this to Do You Like Brahms, thus raising the bar reeeallly high for this poor show, even if it is a different genre.

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Actually this sounds like it could be closer in spirit to I'LL FIND YOU ON A BEAUTIFUL DAY- do not forget that our female lead there was a cellist.

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Agreed. And I would gladly welcome such a similarity.

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AGREE. That’s exactly what I was thinking especially seeing the male lead being introverted and ride a bike!!

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I love how unabashedly girly she dresses in the stills and previews I've seen - ruffles and pastel and hair accessories. And Lee Jae Wook is adorable, especially in behind the scenes videos. Ye Ji Won is in this too!

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JENNIFER IS IN THIS?!

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Yup, I was skeptical about watching until I saw Ye Ji Won was in the cast. I will watch ANYTHING she is in.

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Yeah, now I'm super interested! Also, I just realized that Kim Joo-hun, who played the hilarious Lee Sang-in in It's Okay to Not Be Okay, will be in this!

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I didn't watch Still 17 (Maybe I should?), but Ye Ji Won<3. Was her character (Jennifer) amazing/memorable b/c I see it referenced a few times lol.

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Ah, Do Do Sol Sol, Brahms has been such a heart-stealer that you will really have to bring your best game. Even with Lee Jae-wook.

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I'm torn because of Go Ara, whom I dislike. I also find I'm less excited because of the delay in releasing this show. Of course, I'll give it a try, but I'm not going in with high expectations.

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I can’t wait for this drama, I love both actors. However I still can’t believe Lee Jae-Wook is 22 years old.

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Being apart of Hyun Bin's agency has paid off big time! I notice him, Lee Do Hyun, Kim Min Jae, Ahn Hyo Seop, and Yang Se Jong as the emerging young actors in K-drama land working today. It's a positive b/c leading roles for young actors for males do occur, but not to the extent that it did in the past generation.

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I liked Shopping King... and its humour. Thus I think this will be something totally tonally different than Brahms... and I will be able to love and enjoy both shows 🙂❤

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Are big scrunchies, the 90s kind, back in fashion?

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Just FYI, if you haven’t noticed, the title is the tune for “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.” Adorable. Looking forward to this.

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When I heard about this drama, I was very excited, just title itself made me very curious. I loved Shopping King Louie but if I really liked the ML it was because he was played by Seo In Guk, I'm not sure I would have liked this character by another actor. He found the perfect balance between his useless, cute and caring side.

After watching the trailer, I have already doubts about Go Ara acting cute and goofy. Specially after having watched Lee Jae-Wook with Kim Hye-Yoon in Extraordinary You, the transition is difficult.

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Oh, your comment made me miss SIG more! No one else could have made that good for nothing Louie that adorable! And the fact that I watched Shopping King Louie right after The Smile Has Left Your Eyes made me believe in his amazing acting skills the most.

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Oh, Shopping King Louie must have been the perfect antidote after The Smile Has Left Your Eyes.

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I hope Go Ara's character won't whine and cry too much. I'm still traumatized by Hwarang. Or be that naive overly loud and emotional character that fights for justice. I want to see her play fresh character that's likeable.

Lee jae wook seems to be playing a softer Baek Kyung.

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Does anyone know from where her big scrunchie is?

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