Chae Jong Hyeop Unexpectedly Falls In Love With Park Ju Hyun In New Teaser For “Love All Play”

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KBS has released a new teaser for their upcoming drama “Love All Play”!

“Love All Play” is a sports romance drama that tells the story of a man and a woman on a mixed doubles badminton company team.

Park Ju Hyun plays Park Tae Yang, a former aspiring Olympian who was forced to quit due to an incident. Despite that, the sport means the world to her, three years after that incident, she joins a works team and chases her dream once again.

Chae Jong Hyeop takes on the role of Park Tae Joon, a man who sees badminton as his job. He wants to live comfortably after retirement. He is cut from a city team and ends up joining a works team.

The trailer begins with Park Tae Joon telling his friend, who wants to plan a blind date for him, his ideal type, he reveals that his ideal type is a girl who isn’t an athlete and is lazy. However, next to his shot where he is describing his dream girl, we can see scenes of Park Tae Yang being the total opposite of what he is saying, yet he still falls in love with her.

We then see Park Tae Yang and Park Tae Joon standing side by side wearing team uniforms, there is a unique chemistry between these two characters as they glace at each other. Park Tae Joon, who said his ideal type is a girl who doesn’t work out, falls in love with Park Tae Yang, a girl who loves nothing more than exercising.

The next scenes show Park Tae Yang running into Lee Yoo Min (Seo Ji Hye) who recognized her and didn’t hide her enthusiasm when she saw her, which is the total opposite of what Kim Mu Jun (Yook Jung Hwan) felt when he saw Park Tae Yang, he asks her coldly, “Why are you here?” raising curiosity about the reason for the two characters’ polar opposite attitudes towards Park Tae Yang.

And finally, the last scene shows Park Tae Yang smiling as she reveals that she got a job, making us look forward to how her story will unfold.

 “Love All Play” is set to premiere on April 20.

Are you excited to watch this drama?

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By Vicky S.

Hello I am Vicky, I am a senior editor at My favorite K-dramas are Cheese in the Trap and Yumi's Cells. I enjoy covering everything related to kdramas!

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