After “Forecasting Love and Weather”, Park Min Young’s new drama has officially started filming.
Recently, tvN officially announced the good news to the audience about the latest collaboration of Park Min Young and Go Kyung Pyo in “MonWedFriTuesThursSat”. In this drama, Park Min Young will play the character Choi Sang Eun, a talented, beautiful girl.
Sang Eun is fluent in many languages, knows how to play golf, fence, and mountain climbing. Besides, the female lead also has the ability to cook with Michelin standards.
Choi Sang Eun is doing a fairly new job, which is “helping the single life”. Specifically, she is the one who will act as the wife of single people at gatherings and parties. Also according to the introduction, the female lead will be an extremely hardworking person. She devotes herself to work from Monday to Saturday and has only Sundays for herself.
The story begins when Choi Sang Eun falls into a love triangle with Jung Ji Ho (Go Kyung Pyo) and Kang Hae Jin. Of these two, one contracted her on odd days, the other contracted her on even days. While Ji Ho seems to be quite mysterious, Hae Jin has an impressive profile and is the son of a chaebol family.
The trio of actors received great expectations from the audience when they all achieved success from previous projects. Park Min Young debuted with a supporting role in the hit 2006 sitcom “High Kick!”. In addition, the 36-year-old actress also appeared in a number of other hit dramas such as “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim?” (2018), City Hunter (2011), Sungkyunkwan Scandal (2010),… Meanwhile, Go Kyung Pyo also had impressive roles in Jungle Fish 2 and Reply 1988.
In addition, Kim Jae Young is also a very remarkable name since he has shown excellent acting ability in “My Heartbreak Romance”, “Black”, “Hundred Days My Lady”, “Eunju’s Room”, “Secret Boutique”, and “Love is Beautiful Life”, etc. Actor-model Kim Jae Young is expected to make Choi Sang Eun’s heart flutter and create interesting situations in this relationship.
“MonWedFriTuesThursSat” is directed by director Nam Sung Woo of “100 Days My Prince“, “Kkondae Intern” and “My Roommate is a Gumiho“. The drama, written by screenwriter Ha Koo-dam with such a quality and capable cast, promises to bring a lot of laughter to the audience when it is released in the second half of this year.