Jung Woo, Oh Yeon Search engine marketing, Lee Suhyun from AKMU and others participate within the script studying for the upcoming Rom-Com

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The upcoming KakaoTV original drama “Crazy Person in the Area” revealed photos of the actors reading the script!

The drama is about two people with their own painful stories who go through an intricate process of hurting and healing as they fall in love. Jung Woo will play No Hwi Oh, a detective in the violent crime department who can’t control his anger. Oh Yeon Seo plays Lee Min Kyung, a woman caught in her own delusions and compulsions who easily annoys others. The drama is directed by Lee Tae Gon, who has directed dramas such as Age of Youth and War of Prosecutors.

The teamwork of the two unique actors Jung Woo and Oh Yeon Seo creates a refreshing drama. When reading the script before filming, all the actors were full of passion and motivation. In addition to the main cast, Jung Woo and Oh Yeon Seo, who showed funny chemistry as their characters who always quarreled, the supporting cast also became one with their characters.

AKMU’s Lee Suhyun will play professional part-time worker Su Hyun, while Baek Ji Won, Lee Hye Eun and Lee Yeon Doo will play In Ja, Sun Young and Joo Ri who are members of the Apartment Community Women’s Association. Jung Seung Gil will take on the role of manager Kim.

The drama production team commented, “The passion and synergy between the actors was so great that the laughter didn’t stop all through the table reading. Most of all, you can look forward to the amazing comedic chemistry between Jung Woo and Oh Yeon Seo, who skillfully portray characters who are polar opposites. “

“Crazy Person in the Area” consists of 13 episodes, each 30 minutes long. The episodes will be published on KakaoTV on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from May 24th at 7 p.m. KST.

In the meantime you can see Jung Woo in the movie “Best Friend”:

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Also check out Oh Yeon Seo’s drama “Love With Flaws”:

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