SBS has shared solid photographs from the primary script studying of an upcoming thriller rom-com!
“Cheer Up” (literal title) is a campus thriller rom-com in regards to the passionate story of youth who collect at a school cheering squad that’s falling into ruins after abandoning its wonderful previous days. The drama might be helmed by director Han Tae Seob who co-produced “Stove League” and written by scriptwriter Cha Hae Gained of “VIP.”
“Cheer Up” is SBS’s first campus drama in 23 years and its first a couple of cheering squad. Because the drama is so sensible, it’s mentioned that the energetic script studying felt as if campus was transported proper to the solid’s studying room!
Han Ji Hyun stars as Do Hae Yi, a rookie member of the cheering squad Theia of Yeonhee College. With beautiful appears to be like and a easy character, Do Hae Yi is a cheerful freshman within the theology division. As a result of troublesome circumstances at dwelling, she focuses all her consideration on cash. Do Hae Yi additionally joins the cheering squad for cash, however she learns of romance and love, which she considers to be a luxurious, alongside the best way.
Theia’s captain Park Jung Woo is portrayed by Bae In Hyuk. Park Jung Woo all the time places guidelines first and is misunderstood to be a condescending particular person, however he’s a pure and romantic character with an upright coronary heart. Abandoning preparations for his state exams, he takes cost of the cheering squad that’s at risk of disbanding. When the squad faces varied points, Park Jung Woo finds one other factor he desires to guard along with the workforce.
Kim Hyun Jin performs Theia’s rookie member Jin Seon Ho who has the large 4 – younger, wealthy, tall, and good-looking. Jin Seon Ho can be a medical scholar who has solely taken the elite course in life. Having solely skilled fast and non-serious relationships during which he doesn’t care about who comes and leaves, he learns of latest feelings after assembly Do Hae Yi.
Jang Gyuri portrays Theia’s vice-captain Tae Cho Hee who has a cool, feisty, and refreshing character. In distinction to Park Jung Woo’s uptight methods, Tae Cho Hee is result-oriented and a well-liked member of the squad.
Hae Yi’s greatest pal and new Theia member Joo Solar Ja is performed by Lee Eun Saem who just lately starred in “All of Us Are Lifeless.” Her easygoing character makes her well-liked with all crowds, however she’s additionally the kind of one that simply falls in love with any good trying face.
Yang Dong Geun will play the function of Bae Younger Woong, a former squad member who entered college in 2002. Even after graduating, Bae Younger Woong hangs round Yeonhee College in Cheers, the pub he runs close to the varsity. As a result of he seems and disappears throughout campus, college students regard him as an odd determine, however he’s truly a profitable businessman who mentally and financially helps the cheering squad.
Through the studying, the solid of “Cheer Up” showcased their secure performing and let loose their shiny, energetic charms. Identical to the group their characters kind within the drama, the principle solid was capable of get off to an incredible begin of their real-life family-like friendships. On high of this was a layer of rigidity from the bickering between Han Ji Hyun and Bae In Hyuk, whose characters will subtly travel between actuality and fantasy as they navigate their romance.
Producers of “Cheer Up” commented, “Proper from the primary script studying, we have been unable to cease smiling due to the actors’ constructive power and nice performing chemistry. The ambiance was elevated much more with the actors exploding into laughter as they associated to the fantasy and actuality of faculty life that’s hidden in varied locations of the script. We plan to hunt you out with a cheer song-like drama that can awaken the youth you forgot about because of your busy lives, so please stay up for it.”
“Cheer Up” is ready to premiere on October 3 at 10 p.m. KST.
Within the meantime, watch Han Ji Hyun in “The Penthouse 3” with subtitles beneath!
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