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tvN Links Yeo Jin-gu with Moon Ga-young in new promos

tvN’s upcoming Link: Eat, Love, Kill is almost upon us and new promos have been released ahead of the fantasy romance’s premiere next week.

The story has Yeo Jin-gu (Beyond Evil) in the role of chef Eun Kye-hoon. As a child, he had the strange ability to “link” with another person, allowing him to read their feelings. But when his twin sibling mysteriously disappeared, his link ability vanished as well. Fast forward to the present, eighteen years later, when Yeo suddenly finds himself linked to Moon Ga-young’s (True Beauty) emotions.

Moon plays temp worker Noh Da-hyun and is initially unaware that Yeo can tap into her feelings – nor do the two characters know each other. But perhaps due to the re-emergence of his link ability, Yeo feels as if his past is signaling to him and he’s drawn back to his old neighborhood where he lost his twin – the same neighborhood where Moon now lives.

In the new posters, we get a look at our supporting cast: Grandma Yeh Soo-jung (The King of Tears, Lee Bang-won) and Mom Kim Ji-young (Monstrous) as well as Constable Song Deok-ho (Tracer) and Sergeant Lee Bom-sori (Justice).

The latest teaser is a preview of the first episode and starts with Yeo Jin-gu suddenly feeling linked to Moon Ga-young. Standing before her amid the crowded street, he explains in voiceover, “Even if we’re far apart in distance, the emotions feel so vivid. It has started again. It’s been eighteen years.” We then jump to Yeo meeting with Lee Seok-hyung (Juvenile Justice) and the two decide to open Yeo’s restaurant in the Ji-hwa district.

A shocked Moon Ga-young sees Yeo Jin-gu across the road from her window and she remembers him asking, “Would it be discourteous to ask which neighborhood you lived in as a child?” Moon demands to know if Yeo followed her all the way here and is suspicious when he suggests playing rock-paper-scissors. When she rejects the fragrant scarf he gifts her, Yeo tries in vain to protest his innocence.

Throwing out a box of various items, Moon Ga-young confronts a dumbfounded Yeo Jin-gu. “If you send me one more weird thing or show up in my vicinity again, I’m going to report you and make sure that you get a criminal record for it! You’re a perverted stalker!” We then cut to Moon walking home alone at night and getting attacked by the real stalker. The teaser then comes to a close on a worried Yeo Jin-gu who senses that something has happened.

Directed by PD Hong Jong-chan (Juvenile Justice) and co-written by Kwon Do-hwan and Kwon Ki-young (Suspicious Partners), tvN’s Link: Eat, Love, Kill premieres June 6 in the Monday-Tuesday slot.

Via Maeil Kyungje (1), (2)

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Please drama, be that 2% of Jingoo and 50% of Kwon shows I don't hate. Please. Somehow. ಠ_ಠ

(Chances are low! But not impossible. So ofc I'm starting this anyway 😅)

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Yeah 🤔. I will wait to hear what you think.

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I have the opposite reaction- maybe 2% of jingoo’s many dramas that I haven’t enjoyed and those weren’t necessarily because of him. He can express so many emotions with just a look of his eyes so this role may be perfect for him. & don’t forget he’s only 24! I’m really looking forward to it….

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Oh you misunderstand me- probably because this comment was made for people who already KNOW what I'm talking about here, so that in particular is not your fault lol--

I LIKE Jingoo as an actor, I think when he gets that perfect role he's brilliant;
but his show's and I have a very cursed relationship- I keep watching shows for him, and I keep hating (or at very least not liking) his shows, very consistently at that 😂- and yes indeed that's rarely any fault of his. But, nonetheless, we're thus in a doomed relationship he and I lol.

I also think he suits more grittier characters and stories and struggle with him in romantic roles, and loved one of the writer's shows and hated the other: hence, my comment and why I'm nervous about this personally.

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I'm going to continue to believe that the problem is not that he has struggled with romantic roles or can't play them but that he merely hasn't picked the right romantic drama/comedy yet. I'm hopeful this will be the show that justifies that belief.

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I hope you're right lol. (And there could be some truth in that, as the romances-that-were-so-background-they-almost-WEREN'T for example I really liked and wanted more of!)

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On the watch list!

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2 of my favourites leads . I should keep my expectations low tough :) Not to get quite disappointed later :)

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If he can have chemistry with Moon Ga Young I will cheer in the same way I cheered when PSH finally kissed properly in Pinocchio.

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I love the actors. I love pairing of them. I love one of the writer’s previous works. Trying not to create expectations because with a setup like that, I will be burned HARD if this fails. So, uhhh, please don’t fail me, writer? I’ll love Jin-goo and Ga-young no matter what like the pathetic fangirl I am, so the artistic merit of it all rests upon your lofty brain. You wrote I Remember You once upon a time - you can do it again.

As y’all can see, I’m very calmly and completely normally looking forward to this with absolutely zero expectations or excitement. None at all.

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Finally I see Yeo Jin-gu being paired with an actress his age, level and compatibility. I really like this combination, i feel they match very much, and very well...
even the supernatural component is interesting.
It's going to be very very interesting!!!!

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Their last dramas couldn't be more different but they were equally great. Whish them the best of luck with their drama.

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I LOVE Yeo Jin-Gu and Moon Ga-Young both! (I like actresses playing grandma and mom too). I am going to give this one a chance.

Now the real question is where I can watch it? (Legally in Europe)

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This will be on Disney+ which so far I think has only released its dramas while they’re airing in Asia, so sadly there probably won’t be a legal way to watch it in Europe… at least not for several months.

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Ah! That is indeed sad! I wish Netflix picked it.

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