As this actor and actress are in love in real life, Korean netizens expect their acting to be “super natural” in their new K-drama.
Actor Min Jin Woong and actress Noh Susanna officially admitted their romantic relationship in 2017 and have been dating ever since. The couple, who were senior and junior at the Korea National University of Arts, are still deeply in love.
Well known as they are, it is not easy for Min Jin Woong and Noh Susanna to maintain their relationship, seeing that they are both in the entertainment industry where there’s no set working hours.
However, it seems that the couple will be spending a lot of time together for the first time in a long while.
Recently, the production team of ENA’s new Wednesday – Thursday drama “Icy Cold Romance” has drawn attention by revealing the cast lineup and photos of the first script-reading session.
“Icy Cold Romance” follows 20-year-old best friends Yeo Reum and Jae Hoon, who unexpectedly meet as producer and performer of a love reality show, and caught unexpected love feelings for each other.
Among the cast lineup, the appearance of Min Jin Woong and Noh Susanna, who are a real life couple, immediately attracted eyes.
The two, who have been dating for six years, will appear in the drama as high school best friends of Goo Yeo Reum (Lee Da Hee) and Park Jae Hoon (Choi Si Won), who run a chick restaurant together.
Since they are a real-life couple, it is expected that their chemistry will be very natural and convincing.
“Icy Cold Romance”, which is attracting attention with the appearance of Min Jin Woong and Noh Susanna, will premiere at 9 pm KST on October 5th.
On the other hand, it is not easy for dating couples to star in one work. This is because interest in the actors’ private lives rather than the drama content can hinder viewers’ experience.
Writer Noh Hee Kyung, who cast Shin Min Ah and Kim Woo Bin in tvN’s “Our Blues”, also put their characters in separate love lines for this reason. Due to Noh Hee Kyung’s decision, Shin Min Ah and Kim Woo Bin did not share the same frame once throughout the run of “Our Blues”. They only appear together on the drama’s group poster.