The main poster for the new drama “Love In Contract” shows Go Kyung-Pyo and Kim Jae-young beneath Park Min-young’s wedding veil.
The casting of Park Min-young (Choi Sang-Eun), Go Kyung-Pyo (Jung Ji-ho), and Kim Jae-young (Kang Hae-jin) by director Nam Seong-woo, who also directed “Cohabitation,” “Kkondae Intern,” “Kill It,” and other films, has raised hopes for the show.
Park Min-young plays “Sang-Eun Choi,” a meticulous contract marriage specialist, Go Kyung-Pyo portrays “Jung Ji-ho,” a mysterious long-term client of Park Min-young’s who has been with her for five years, and Kim Jae-young pops out of nowhere to join the ranks of Hwa-mok-to’s clients. He will likely take on the role of “Strong Haejin.”
The main poster for “Love In Contract,” which features Park Min-young, Go Kyung-Pyo, and Kim Jae-young in great chemistry, was revealed on the 23rd of August, garnering attention. Park Min-young is depicted in the main poster, grouping Ko Kyung-Pyo and Kim Jae-young behind her veil while donning a white wedding veil.
Park Min-young first draws attention by looking directly ahead while maintaining a casual demeanour by crossing her arms. Even the audience is cheered up by her brilliant smile. On the other hand, Go Kyung-Pyo, on Park Min-young’s right, explodes a quiet and intelligent atmosphere with a stylish expression devoid of a smile in a suit, sending shivers down women’s spines.
Kim Jae-young, the other man who is next to Park Min-young, grabs attention with a smirk. A light-hearted appearance oozes sly appeal.
However, a quiet but anxious struggle between Go Kyung-Pyo and Kim Jae-young to check on each other is exposed, piquing interest in their love triangle. On the other hand, Go Kyung-Pyo and Kim Jae-young are grasping the end of her bridal veil as though they want to be with Park Min-young.
Expectations for a second-chance romance between contract marriage master Park Min-young and Go Kyung-Pyo and Kim Jae-young are raised by a replica of the contract marriage master’s fondant romance.