Rowoon is dressed in custom clothing and lands on the small screen. Rowoon is expected to warm the hearts of viewers with his comforting appearance. Expectations for “Tomorrow” are amplified by Rowoon, who will renew his life’s character as Choi Jun-Woong.
The new MBC Friday-Saturday drama ‘Tomorrow,’ which premieres on April 1 (Fri), is a human fantasy set in the afterlife office, where the angels of the dead, who once led the ‘dead,’ now save the ‘those who desire to die.’
Choi Joon-Woong (Ro Woon) looks for a job, however, it is difficult for him to get hired. Except for the fact that he looks as if a great and perfect guy. He graduated from a prestigious college and he has rich parents. One night, he by an accident meets angels of death Gu Ryeon (Kim Hee-Sun) and Im Ryoog-Gu. The angels of death belong to a crisis management team. Gu Ryeon is the chief and Im Ryoog-Gu is a member of the crisis management team. Their goal is to stop people from attempting Suicide. Soon, Choi Joon-Woong turns into a brand new member of the crisis management team. He becomes the youngest member of the crisis management team.
Rowoon, who plays Choi Jun-Woong, is one of them who is paying close attention. Despite being the first lead in ‘Extraordinary You,’ Rowoon, who has a large filmography, skillfully completed the youthful romance sensibility with the visual and sturdy performance that seems to have ripped out a pure cartoon. Han Rowoon, who took on his first historical drama with ‘The King’s Affection,’ sensitively conveyed the character’s feelings with deeper acting talents, cementing his status as a major actor in name and truth.
In ‘Tomorrow,’ Rowoon, who has captured the eye with his developing acting talents and flawless character interpretation in each work like this, wears a fitted suit named ‘Choi Jun-Woong,’ a newbie in society, and announces another leap forward. Choi Jun-Woong is the lone contract employee of ‘Zuma-Deung,’ a monopoly in the underworld, who works for the crisis management team. In a state of being half-human and half-soul, he falls into a coma due to an unanticipated accident and fulfils his ambition of finding work in the underworld for the first time in his life.
As a contract employee who is more enthusiastic than anyone in the underworld monopoly ‘Zumadung,’ Rowoon aims to deliver laughter and empathy as a response. Furthermore, Choi Jun-Woong piques interest by demonstrating that he is a figure who can undeniably convey Rowoon’s allure. Rowoon’s allure is predicted to come not only from his appearance as a passionate newbie but also from the warm Oji Rapper and the adorable youngest. “I’m performing with a synchro rate of 0% to deliver a good performance that entirely melts into the role,” Rowoon remarked in an earlier interview.
Above all, Rowoon will join a crisis management team with the Grim Reaper Guryun (Kim Hee-sun) and Lim Rung-goo (Yoon Ji-on) to work hard with the body ahead of the head to save individuals who are on the verge of death. He empathises with the anguish of others during this process and is supposed to melt the hearts of viewers with his reassuring appearance. Rowoon, who will reprise his life’s role as Choi Jun-Woong, raises the stakes for ‘Tomorrow.’
Meanwhile, the “Tomorrow” drama is scheduled to premiere on the 1st of April 2022.