Thousand Day Promise Releases Official Character Stills of its Four Leads

Folks, we’ve got here the first official pictures of the four leads in the upcoming SBS drama Thousand Day Promise, starring Kim Rae Won, Su Ae, Lee Sang Woo, and Jung Yumi. Looking good, looking very very good. I love the simplicity of how all four characters look, a very down-to-earth and mature vibe. Which is not surprising considering writer Kim Soo Hyun‘s previous works always strive to be relatable and sincere. She’s kinda the opposite of Kim Eun Sook, whose dramas I either love or hate. TDP has been filming since early September, but it’s promotional cycle will probably just start cranking up come end of the month since the 6-episode extension of Warrior Baek Dong Soo will delay it’s premiere by three weeks.

In the drama, Su Ae plays Seo Yeon, a woman who is slowly losing her memory, and Kim Rae Won is Ji Hyung, the man who loves her. Playing Seo Yeon’s cousin and Ji Hyung’s best friend will be Lee Sang Woo, who becomes a pillar of support for the couple. Jung Yumi plays a cheerful chaebol daughter who is the arranged marriage fiancee of Ji Hyung. Adding to this cast will be Park Yoo Hwan (the younger brother of Mickey Yoochun), playing the younger brother of Seo Yoon, a character described as energetic and forthright. Have a peek at some more recent behind-the-scenes pictures of the shoot.

[Credit: all pictures from Baidu Thousand Day Promise bar]


Thousand Day Promise Releases Official Character Stills of its Four Leads — 16 Comments

  1. Wow Miss Kim Rae Won and he just discharged from the National Service. Looking forward to this drama. Interesting….interesting…

  2. its.funny that the only dramas rth
    that excite me this fall are melos and romcoms which are usually my drama bread and butter…this is one and the other is Padam helps that they have my two fav writers

  3. Speechless…………………………..really miss Kim Rae Won………………………………………….
    Hoping you can recap this drama Miss Koala,please

  4. Lee Sang Woo and Su Ae in same drama again. (previous was 9 Ends 2 Outs) – hope poor Sang Woo doesn’t end up in a love triangle again. That would be weird. Like a male version of always the bridesmaid, never the bride.

  5. So it’s the drama version of ‘A Moment To Remember’? First LDW and now KRW who is picking a really sad premise for the comeback.. I want to watch it but I feel I’ll end up crying a lot as well. Other than that, everything looks good.

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