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Kim Min Jae and Park Gyu Young Officially Join KBS’s New Rom-Com

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Kim Min Jae and Park Gyu Young will partner up for the new KBS’s rom-com series.

On Wednesday, KBS’s new Wednesday-Thursday series Dal Ri and Gamjatang (literal title) confirmed Kim Min Jae and Park Gyu Young’s casting. The production team shared, “Please look forward to the chemistry and harmony that these two actors will complete.”

Dal Ri and Gamjatang is a new rom-com series. It revolves around the unexpected romance between an ignorant social climber who wishes to enter the inner circle and a daughter of a prestigious family who dreams of saving the museum.

Kim Min Jae turns into Jin Mu Hak, the managing director of F&B director for Don Don. He is the second son of a company that started small with a pork back-bone stew house, which grew into a global restaurant with more than 400 franchises. In other words, he can smell good business and money from miles away.

Park Gyu Young plays Kim Dal Ri, a visiting scholar at Kröller-Müller Museum. She returns to Korea as the Cheongsong Museum of Art director. Not only is she from a prestigious family, but she is also well versed in art, history, philosophy, religion, and can seven languages. But now, she can’t afford a meal without someone else’s help.

The production team said, “With Kim Min Jae and Park Gyu Young, we have completed a youthful, harmless rom-com lineup. Therefore, we will do our best to showcase a project with great attractions.”

Meanwhile, King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo, and Healer director Lee Jung Seop helms the production. Witch’s Love screenwriters Son Eun Hye and Park Se Eun pen the screenplay. The team held its first table read not long ago and will begin filming this month. Dal Ri and Gamjatang will premiere in the second half of this year.

 

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