MBC’s Upcoming Drama “Tomorrow” Starring SF9’s Rowoon And Kim Hee Sun Drops First Teaser Poster

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MBC’s upcoming drama “Tomorrow” unveils its first teaser poster!

“Tomorrow” tells the story of a man named Choi Joon Woong who after being jobless for three years attempts to take his own life. He goes to a bridge to jump off but he finds someone else trying to jump off while trying to convince them otherwise, they both fall accidentally off the bridge. The Crisis Management team run by grim reapers belatedly arrives at the scene, and Choi Joon Woong ends up falling into a three-year coma, his soul becomes half alive and half dead. He ends up getting a job at the Crisis Management and his job involves taking special care of people who are at a high risk of suicide and helping them want to continue living.

Kim Hee Sun will play Go Ryun, a grim reaper who works as the head of the Crisis Management Team, she helps those who are thinking of killing themselves. She is also not afraid of the challenges that come along with her work. SF9’s Rowoon will play Choi Joon Woong, he is a new employee at the Crisis Management, he works with Go Ryun in helping those who are thinking of committing suicide. 

Lee Soo Hyuk will play Park Joong Gil, he is a serious person with a dark aura, he also works in the Crisis Management team by helping the dead find their way. While Yun Ji On will play Im Ryoong Koo, he is a bubbly humorous person who is always punctual when it comes to his work.  

In the newly released teaser poster, the aura of the four main lead characters draws attention, the four grim reapers look below while Choi Joon Woong (Rowoon) can be seen holding someone’s hand who is clearly in danger. The caption on the poster reads “Finding a reason to live for tomorrow, that’s what we do” signifying that the character is holding the hand of someone who wants to die.

“Tomorrow” is set to premiere in March 2022.

Are you excited to watch this drama?

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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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