I Have Been There Once released two posters with energetic Song Family, raising expectations for their first broadcast.
KBS 2TV’s new weekend drama, I Have Been There Once, is a pleasant and warm drama that completes the search for the happiness through the process of overcoming the gap and crisis of divorce between parents and children.
The first poster shows the Song Family in cozy pink background, catching the eye. The image of Chun Ho Jin (Song Young Dal) and Cha Hwa Yeon (Jang Ok Bun), trying to push away their kids, Oh Dae Hwan (Song Joon Sun), Oh Yoo Ah (Song Ga Hee), and Lee Cho Hee (Song Da Hee), clearly shows the contrast between parents, who are trying to break away from their kids, and sons and daughter, who are still leaning on to their parent.
The second poster in mint tone shows the family leaning against the head of the household, Chun Ho Jin. The image of all four kids stacking their head on top of their parents, who are frowning from the weight, stands out.
I Have Been There Once will capture the taste of prospective viewers by presenting fresh excitement. Yang Hee Seung, a writer of Familiar Wife, Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo and Oh My Ghostess, and Lee Jae Sang, a director of many hit weekend dramas, including My Father is Strange, My Too Perfect Sons and I Believe in Love, have come together to put a smile on the viewer’s face.
KBS 2TV’s new weekend drama, I Have Been There Once, will premiere on March 28 at 7:55 p.m. KST as a follow-up of Beautiful Love, Wonderful Life.