WINNER’s Kang Seung Yoon To Make A Cameo Appearance In MBC’s “Tomorrow”

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WINNER’s Kang Seung Yoon will make a cameo appearance in MBC’s “Tomorrow”!

Tomorrow” tells the story of a man named Choi Joon Woong (SF9’s Rowoon) 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 (Kim Hee SunLee Soo Hyuk, and Yoon Ji On) 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 Team and his job involves taking special care of people who are at a high risk of suicide and helping them want to continue living.

On April 7, MBC’s “Tomorrow” released Kang Seung Yoon stills cuts where he appears as the singer-songwriter Kang Woo Jin.

Kang Seung Yoon will play Kang Woo Jin, a singer-songwriter who is on the verge of making an extreme decision due to unknown pain he is going through in his life, this makes him a target of the Crisis Management Team.

In the newly released stills, Kang Woo Jin can be seen performing a song with a faint smile on his face yet eyes filled with sadness and pain, making viewers curious to know this character’s story and the reason behind his pain.  

Kang Seung Yoon has previously worked with the director of “Tomorrow” Sung Chi Wook on the drama “Kairos.”

The upcoming episode of “Tomorrow” will air on April 8.

Are you excited to see Kang Seung Yoon on “Tomorrow”?

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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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