NCT’s Kim Do Young and Han Ji Hyo are confirmed to star in a TVING romance series!

NCT’s Kim Do Young and rising actress Han Ji Hyo will be working together for a TVING original drama. 

On February 21st media outlets shared that Kim Do Young and Han Ji Hyo will be the main leads for the upcoming TVING series “To X Who Doesn’t Love Me (literal translation).” TVING and SM Entertainment also confirmed the news. 

“To X Who Doesn’t Love Me” will be about a female college student who’s also an aspiring lyricist and her guy friend who knows her secret. The female college student found a mysterious notebook that makes anyone fall in love with another person for a month. She was able to get intertwined with several men including his guy friend because of the notebook. 

Kim Do Young will play the role of Jung Shi Ho. He is the guy friend who knows about the secret to the mysterious notebook. He is a college student who is pursuing his dreams and love but is also struggling with his wounds from grade school days. Han Ji Hyo will play the role of Seo Hee Soo, the female student who found and used the notebook. 

Through SM Entertainment, Kim Do Young shared his thoughts about leading another drama. The idol-actor stated, “I am grateful to have another great opportunity to act once again. For the people who believe in me, especially my fans, I will do my best so that I can show the good side of me.”

“To X Who Doesn’t Love Me” is set to air this coming June. It will be exclusively available on the OTT platform, TVING. 

This will be the second time that Kim Do Young will act in a drama. He was part of the 2021 special series “Cafe Midnight Season 3: The Curious Stalker.” He also showcased his acting talent through musicals. 

Meanwhile, this will be the follow-up TVING drama of Han Ji Hyo after “Work Later, Drink Now.” Many people discovered her through the hit TVING drama as APINK Jung Eun Ji’s character’s student. 


What are your thoughts on the plot of “To X Who Doesn’t Love Me”?

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