Lee Sung Kyung, Kim Young Dae, And More Gather For First Script Reading Session Of Upcoming Rom-Com Drama

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tvN’s upcoming drama “Shooting Stars” has unveiled photos and a video from the first script reading session!

“Shooting Star” is an upcoming rom-com that tells the story of people who work hard behind the scenes of the entertainment industry, such as PR teams, managers, and reporters, it focuses on those who clean up after idols’ messes.

Director Lee So Hyun was present with writer Choi Young Woo and actors Lee Sung Kyung, Kim Young Dae, Yoon Jong Hoon, Kim Yoon Hye, Girl’s Day Sojin, CNBLUE’s Lee Jung Shin, and more. The actors showed a lot of good chemistry that the fact it was their first script reading wasn’t regarded.

The drama will focus on Oh Han Byul [Lee Sung Kyung], the head of the PR team at an entertainment agency who can handle crisis well, she works in various fields in the industry and dominates the scene, and the top star Gong Tae Sung [Kim Young Dae], who is also her natural enemy. He’s an A-list celebrity who is beloved by the masses for his angel-like smile and upright image. In reality, he gets angry easily and is competitive.

Yoon Jong Hoon will play Kang Yoo Sung, the first management team leader at Star Force Entertainment, he is a kind person with a warm smile.

Girl’s Day Sojin will play Jo Gi Bbeum, a reporter from the Entertainment department, while CNBLUE’s Lee Jung Shin will play Doo So Hyuk, who is an adviser at Star Force Entertainment.

“Shooting Stars” is set to premiere in April.

You can watch the video of the drama’s first script reading below:

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By Vicky S.

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

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