Park Min Young and Yoo Yeon Seok are reportedly cast in an upcoming tvN drama. “LunWedFriTuesThursSat” (literal title) is an upcoming drama about a “one life helper” who helps singles by accompanying them to different events as their wives. Park Min Young and Yoo Yeon Seok have been offered to play the lead roles in the drama. Their agencies confirmed the news. However, the confirmation is not released by them yet.
On February 17, a Korean media reported that Park Min Young had received an offer to play the lead role in tvN’s “MonWedFriTuesThursSat.” Later that day, YTN Star reported that Yoo Yeon Seok also received an offer to portray a character in the tvN drama.
In response to the news, Park Min Young’s agency Hook Entertainment confirmed that the actress had secured an offer. Moreover, she is currently reviewing it positively. Meanwhile, King Kong by Starship, which manages Yoo Yeon Seok, also shared that the actor received an offer.
Park Min Young And Yoo Yeon Seok To Star In Upcoming tvN Drama
Park Min Young has been offered to play the lead role of Choi Sang Eun. Sang-Eun is a woman of many talents and virtues. Because of her talent and beauty, she helps single men who don’t want to get married. Choi Sang-Eun acts as their wife and accompanies them to events like school reunions and married couple gatherings. Men are valued for having Choi Sang Eun as a wife wherever they go, which makes her more prosperous.
She works non-stop from Monday to Saturday. But, she likes to devote herself all Sunday. Sang-Eun can speak several languages; is a master of golf, rock climbing and fencing; and has the culinary skills of a Michelin chef.
The actress is currently playing on Netflix Forecast love and weather. She is also known for hits such as Healer, what’s wrong with Secretary Kim, etc
Yoo Yeon Seok’s role is currently undisclosed. However, fans can’t wait to see Park Min Young and Yoo Yeon Seok play a couple. The actor is popular for playing roles in Hospital Reading List, Mr. Sunshine, and others.
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