“Love All Play“ illustrates a refreshing and enthralling youth sports romance.
“Love All Play,” (The Speed To You 493km), a new Wednesday-Thursday drama from KBS 2TV, will premiere at 9:50 p.m. (KST) today, April 20th. It follows Park Tae-yang (Park Ju-Hyun), whose entire life revolves around badminton, and Park Tae-Joon (Chae Jong-Hyeop), a professional badminton player. It features a badminton business team with a sports romance.
In precise, Love All Play Ep 1 will release today at 9:50 pm KST.
“It’s basically a sports romance drama,” Director Jo Woong remarked at the online production presentation on the 20th. There are many stories from the players in it, as well as a comedy written by Huh Seong-Hye. I believe it is a drama that you will appreciate.
When I first encountered sports dramas, I felt that exercise was the tale of professional athletes and individuals, so I did not approach it in a very different way, “coach Jo Woong remarked about the difference between other sports dramas.” The match scene was fantastic to watch. I attempted to represent the speed and power as accurately as possible. Basically, it’s a tale about people, so I won’t say it’s unique, but because it’s a sport at an age when you have no choice but to share stories about your youth, I believe it will be. “
Park Joo-Hyun plays Park Tae-yang, a badminton player whose entire life revolves around sports. Taeyang Park, a bright Olympic candidate with powerful smashing talents, abruptly retired from badminton after a mysterious occurrence. He rekindles his zeal for the objective of his heyday after joining the business team Eunice and conducting a badminton club for the first time in three years.
Chae Jong-Hyeop plays Park Tae-Joon, a member of a business team who solely considers sports as an avocation. He is a person who dreams of a good life after retirement, but after being fired from the city hall team, he joins the business team, Eunice. He meets Taeyang Park (Park Ju Hoon) and develops as a player and a person through time.