You know, even if Flower Boy Next Door turns out to be a dud, which can totally happen, I will always remember fondly how wonderfully creative and refreshingly fun the promos for this drama were. This is exactly how I fondly remember Heartstrings (You’ve Fallen for Me), Park Shin Hye‘s last drama with Jung Yong Hwa that I was so eagerly anticipating in the Summer of 2010 but ended up being totally disappointed with. To this day I still remember how beautiful the posters and how young and charming the promotional stills and teasers were. Currently FBND is running the reverse of Cheongdamdong Alice but I’m hoping it’ll end up tickling all my happy nodes the way CA is doing right now. So two official posters came out today and I love them both to pieces! I’ve been complaining about deadly dull and repetitive posters lately since it’s hard to do anything new but one way to stand out is to try something that resonates with the viewers. The first poster has the three leads but directed in a way that we get a glimpse of their personalities and connection with each other. Yoon Si Yoon rocks the goofy carefree vibe with his broad smile as he pulls a reluctant Park Shin Hye along, and while she’s standing closer to Kim Ji Hoon it feels like he’s on the outside looking in. The second poster has only the two main leads and once again Park Shin Hye looks grumpy and reluctant around Yoon Si Yoon but he’s totally happy and oblivious to her annoyance with him. Plus having the background for the posters be a manhwa sketch of apartment buildings ties in with its manhwa roots. So. Cute. Check out the posters plus a bunch of official BTS stills from the Christmas teaser filming. I have to say this cast looks like they are having a blast filming. What I would give to be a fly on the wall.