I found this upcoming drama thanks to finding rising young actor Bae In Hyuk in My Roommate is a Gumiho, he is turning what would be an annoying playboy finds his real heart type douchey college boy character into an entertaining and kinda sweet second male lead. Turns out he’s getting another starring role as one of the trio of leads in upcoming college drama From a Distance, Green Spring (At a Distance, Spring is Green) along with idol-actor Park Ji Hoon and talented young actress Kang Min Ah. The drama is a coming of age take adapted from the same name webtoon with rich well liked Park Ji Hoon and his growth after befriending poor beleaguered Bae In Hyuk and ordinary college girl Kang Min Ah. The drama was in production already in 2017 with Seo Kang Joon in talks for the male lead but since then has been fully re-cast and re-imagined with rising young faces, along with Na In Woo who plays the male lead’s older brother and obviously was cast before his breakout in Mr. Queen and taking over for River Where the Moon Rises. It’s scheduled for 12-episodes and will air on June 14th.
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Isn’t the first poster somewhat similar to the posters of Legend of the Blue Sea and I Married An Anti-fan?
Yes, and the main poster is Soulmate (2006, with Shin Dong-wook, Lee Soo-kyung) rip-off!
Right! Sigh. Originality is not the forte of K-dramas.
Yup the first poster is somewhat similar to SIMAAF poster and the 2nd one is @Gk Soulmate. Crazy!!!
This is one of those dramas where you look at the cast, the synopsis, the posters, the teasers and you think: who the heck is going to watch this?
Exactly! I really dont know the majority of the cast. I just hope the plot is solid so I’ll give it a try. Lol!
I wonder why there aren’t so many campus Kdramas.
School uniforms, or lack of it. Very apparent with it being a favorite idol group concept. Also high school means first love, pettiness, and drama and its still a part of being childhood instead of struggling to transition into adult.
I wish there are more campus dramas and that they are more popular so we don’t have to keep watching actors in their 20’s get casted as high school teens playing the same roles again.