Yoo Yeon Seok, Moon Ga Young, Geum Sae Rok, and Jung Ga Ram will be the main leads of the upcoming JTBC drama “Understanding of Love.”
On October 6th, JTBC announced that Yoo Yeon Seok, Moon Ga Young, Geum Sae Rok, and Jung Ga Ram will work together for the upcoming Wednesday-Thursday series “Understanding of Love.”
“Understanding of Love” will be a melodrama focusing on four men and women with different insights about love. They will meet in one space and understand the true meaning of love.
Yoo Yeon Seok will play the role of Ha Sang Soo, a person who believes that a monotonous and stable life is the key to happiness but his life will be shaken after experiencing love.
Moon Ga Young will play the role of Ahn Soo Young, a person that has a busy daily life and to not go back to her difficult environment past.
Geum Sae Rok will play the role of Park Mi Kyung, a woman full of sophistication who was born into a wealthy family. Whenever she sees someone she likes, she will do everything to make the relationship happen but there’s one relationship exception that she can’t win.
Jung Ga Ram will give life to the role named Jung Jong Hyun, a person studying to become an official police officer. He does everything to please the person he loves but when the harsh reality comes, he has to give an important choice.
“Understanding of Love” will premiere in the second half of2022.
This will be the second drama of Yoo Yeon Seok for 2022. He first starred in the Netflix originals series “Narco-Saints.” He will also join the upcoming film “Puppy.”
Meanwhile, this will be the third drama that Moon Ga Young will participate in in 2022. She first made a special appearance in the drama “Sh**ting Stars.” She then led the tvN drama “Link: Eat, Love, Kill” with Yeo Jin Goo.
For Geum Sae Rok, this will be her first drama for the year. She is also set to star in the upcoming drama “The Blue House Family” led by Cha In Pyo, Ye Ji Won, and Jung Woong In.
Lastly, this will be the comeback of Jung Ga Ram to broadcast channel dramas. He last starred in the Netflix original series “Love Alarm 2.”