Jeon Hye Jin, Sooyoung, Ahn Jae Wook, and Park Sung Hoon Confirmed To Appear In An Upcoming Drama

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Actors Jeon Hye Jin, Sooyoung, Ahn Jae Wook, and Park Sung Hoon have been cast in the new drama “Nam-Nam”. 

On March 9th, the production team of the drama “Nam-Nam” announced, “Jeon Hye Jin, Choi Soo Young, Ahn Jae Wook, and Park Sung Hoon have confirmed their appearances.”

“Nam-Nam” is a mother-daughter sympathetic comic drama about a delightful and vivid story between a helpless mother and her cool daughter.

Jeon Hye Jin, who has received favorable reviews for her outstanding acting skills in each of her films, plays the role of Eun Mi, a physical therapist who is still pretty and chubby even though she is a single mother with a 29-year-old daughter.

Sooyoung, who showed her growing acting ability in each work, takes on the role of Jin Hee, a police patrol team leader who urgently needs to crack down on an immature mother rather than an incident.

Jeon Hye Jin and Sooyoung will show a unique mother-daughter chemistry that has never been seen before through “Nam-Nam”.

Ahn Jae Wook plays Jin Hong, an otolaryngologist who pursues the FM life, and a mysterious man who suddenly appears in front of Eun Mi one day. This is the moment that makes you more curious about ‘Jin Hong’ which will be expressed with Ahn Jae-wook’s excellent acting skills.

Park Sung Hoon plays the role of the director of Namchon Police Box, where his life is twisted after meeting a bomb called Jin Hee. Park Sung Hoon recently showed off his wide-ranging acting ability by playing a villain in “The Glory”, so attention is focused on his new acting transformation that transcends genres.

Ahn Jae Wook and Park Sung Hoon are expected to add to the thrill of romance in the story centered on the mother-daughter relationship between Jeon Hye Jin and Sooyoung.

As such, expectations are high for the acting that goes beyond perfection to be shown by the four actors who can be trusted just by hearing their names.

“Nam-Nam” is scheduled to be released in the second half of this year.


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