Yoo Yeon Seok receives offer to star alongside Park Min Young in a new tvN drama

Yoo Yeon Seok will possibly join the upcoming tvN drama “MonWedFriTuesThursSat (literal title).”

On the afternoon of February 17th media outlet YTN News reported that Yoo Yeon Seok has been selected as the male lead for the upcoming tvN drama that actress Park Min Young is in talks for. 

Yoo Yeon Seok’s agency King Kong by Starship responded to the reports and stated that the new tvN drama is one of the proposed works of the actor. Nothing has been decided yet. Her possible female lead Park Min Young is positively considering to star in the “MonWedFriTuesThursSat” drama. 

“MonWedFriTuesThursSat” will be directed by Nam Sung Woo (“Kkondae Intern” and “100 Days My Prince”). The series will be produced by CJ ENM and Studio Yukgongo. 

The upcoming series will be about a “single life helper” who provides services to single men in need of a “pretend wife” so they can attend gatherings such as alumni reunions and more. Park Min Young will reportedly play the role of Choi Sang Eun, the single life helper who works from Monday to Saturday to help single men. Yoo Yeon Seok’s possible character has not yet been revealed. 

If Yoo Yeon Seok accepts the casting offer, this will be his return series on tvN. He last starred in the 2021 hit drama “Hospital Playlist 2.” He will also join the upcoming Netflix original series “The Accidental Narco.” 

The actor is known for starring in the dramas “Mr. Sunshine,” “Dr. Romantic,” “Reply 1994,” “Gu Family Book,” “Dream,” and more. 

Yoo Yeon Seok was also part of the 2021 movie “New Year Blues.” He will also star in the upcoming film “Puppy” with Cha Tae Hyun, Ryu Soo Young, Kim Yoo Jung, and Park Ji Hyun.

Yoo Yeon Seok is currently busy with the musical “A Gentleman’s Guide.”


What are your thoughts on the possible main leads of “MonWedFriTuesThursSat”?

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