MBC’s new Wednesday-Thursday series Missing You, which is drawing a lot of attention, will start airing on November 7. Before the series starts, we will talk about three special things that will make the series more enjoyable.
#1. Park Yoo Chun, Yoon Eun Hye, and Yoo Seung Ho: Dream line up
Park, who previously appeared on KBS’s Sungkyunkwan Scandal, MBC’s Miss Ripley, and SBS’sRooftop Prince and received many favorable reviews, will play the role of a detective named Han Jung Woo, who still misses his first love. He is delightful but chases criminals like a fierce animal.
Yoon, who will appear on the series for the first time in one year and five months, will play the role of a fashion designer named Lee Soo Yeon, who is Park’s first love. She is always bright and confident in herself, but she is also hiding her sadness deep inside her mind.
Yoo, who turned into a representative actor among those who are in their 20s, will play the role of a charismatic asset manager named Kang Hyung Joon. He looks gentle but he seeks vengeance upon Han Jung Woo.
#2. Child actor and actress Yeo Jin Goo and Kim So Hyun
Yeo and Kim, who previously appeared on MBC’s series The Moon Embracing The Sun together, will play the roles of young Park and Yoon.
They will give emotional performances to live up to the expectations among the audience. They will also remind the audience of their fresh first love and enter its preliminary stages.
#3. Writer Moon Hee Jung and director Lee Jae Dong work together for the superb melodrama
The series is written by writer Moon Hee Jung, who wrote Can You Hear My Heart and The Last Scandal Of My Life. Producer Lee Jae Dong, who produced Thank You, will work with the writer together for the new series.
Their collaboration will bring wonderful love story into the small screen and capture the audience with scent of their first love.
The series Missing You is a classical melodrama about a man and woman who have wounded hearts from their first love. The first episode of the series will air on November 7 at 9:55 p.m.