UPDATE: Jung Hae In and Chae Soo Bin’s New Drama ‘A Piece Of Your Mind’ Releases the First Teaser and Poster

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UPDATED March 4:

The second teaser video of Jung Hae In and Chae Soo Bin’s new drama, A Piece Of Your Mind, has been released.

The unveiled video starts with two actors walking down the street. The harmony between the two, where the warm sunshine settled, is thrilling. Above all, in the background, a narration of Chae Soo Bin’s unrequited love for Jung Hae In flows out by saying, “I love seeing him. I love the way he face people with all his hearts. But I wish he doesn’t know how I feel,” grabbing attention.



UPDATED February 27:

An official poster of A Piece Of Your Mind is released.

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Lee Ha Na is playing the role of Moon Soon Ho, who has a special relationship with Hawon, sometimes like a friend and sometimes like a family. Kim Sung Kyu is playing a classical pianist Kang In Wook, who is currently in the middle of a slump. He is also a husband of Moon Soon Ho, who Hawon has a crush on.


Original Article

The first teaser video of Jung Hae In and Chae Soo Bin‘s upcoming drama, A Piece Of Your Mind, has been released.

Jung Hae In plays the role of Hawon, an artificial intelligence programmer with a crush that has been going on for a couple of years, while Chae Soo Bin is playing the role of Seowoo, a classical recording engineer who is bothered by Hawon’s unrequited love.

The video clip shows Jung is standing by a window of the recording studio, romantically gazing at Chae, who fell asleep on the table. As the wind blows the curtains and the sunshine hits her face, he raises his hands to create a shade over her face.

On top of this, a phrase for a poem softly whispered by Jung, “A left gently landed on my shoulder. And universe has put its hand on me,” heightens the romance for the viewers. Above all, the chemistry that the two actors bring in with just 30 seconds makes the drama highly anticipated.

Meanwhile, A Piece Of Your Mind is scheduled to premiere on March 23 at 9 p.m, 30 minutes earlier than a usual broadcasting time for Monday-Tuesday drama.

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