Back in October of 2017, the K-pop community was rocked to their very core when it was introduced three members of innovative girl group So Nyeo Shi Dae (SNSD) – higher often called Girls’ Generation – have chose to not re-sign with their label. Also called ‘Another Oh Hae Young’, it is a romantic comedy supernatural drama which follows two girls with the same title of Oh Hae Young (Seo Hyun-jin and Jeon Hye-bin) and a person named Park Do-kyung (Eric Mun) who has the flexibility to see the future and tries to get away from the two Oh Hae Young.
He tries to regain management over his life with the assistance of Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung-eum), a first-year psychiatric resident who helps him secretly. She then is being disliked by her seniors, particularly the handsome however strict Seo In-woo (Park Shi-hoo). Forget Romeo and Juliet, it is a beautiful love story within the Baekje Dynasty between Seo Dong and Seon Hwa. Definitely Ballad of Seo Dong (sadly not as easily accessible with English subs), Queen Seon Duk, Illjimae, and Dong Yi. 🙂 Sungkyunkwan Scandal was also fun, if individuals need one thing more light-hearted.
Also called ‘Another Oh Hae Young’, it’s a romantic comedy supernatural drama which follows two women with the identical identify of Oh Hae Young (Seo Hyun-jin and Jeon Hye-bin) and a person named Park Do-kyung (Eric Mun) who has the power to see the longer term and tries to get away from the two Oh Hae Young.
It depicts the story of Jang Hye Sung (Lee Bo Young), a daring, sassy, thick-faced, comical, and materialistic public defender who turns into a lawyer after overcoming poverty and painful memories from her childhood, comes to realizations about society and justice after assembly Park Soo Ha (Lee Jong Suk), a 19-12 months-previous boy who reads different individuals’s ideas.
With that in thoughts, both Choi Soo Young and Seo Ju Hyun – often called Sooyoung and Seohyun respectively in Girls’ Generation – in all probability knew that to really grow as actresses, they should sign with an entertainment label identified for handling actors who’ve made for themselves.