The production team of the new Monday-Tuesday drama "At A Distance Spring Is Green" (directed by Kim Jung-hyun/written by Ko Yeon-soo) released a teaser video showing the dazzling atmosphere of young people.
"At A Distance Spring Is Green" is a story of their youth, which is spring from a distance, and different from a close. It seems like it will be warm and romantic, but the reality is that it will represent cold and hard "real college students" and portray the campus version of "Misaeng."
The teaser video released on the 17th (today) starts with a message saying, "At A Distance Spring Is Green" their youth story when you see it from up close drawing attention.
In particular, the conflicting atmosphere of the three, Park Ji-hoon (played Yeo Joon), Bae In-hyuk (played by Nam Soo-hyun), with a bright smile, and Kang Min-ah (played by Kim So-bin), who smiles shyly while making embarrassing faces, stimulates curiosity. Expectations are mounting for the main broadcast of what the beautiful campus romance will look like for young men and women with their respective secrets and stories.
In the play, Park Ji-hoon, Kang Min-ah, and Bae In-hyuk play Yeo-joon, Kim So-bin, and Nam Soo-hyun are majoring in business administration at Myongil University, respectively, expressing the love and worries of young people. On top of that, a number of young actors such as Kwon Eun-bin (played by Wang Young-ran), Woo Dabi (played by Gong Mi-joo), and Choi Jung-woo (played by Hong Chan-ki) will appear and show various human groups on campus.
Meanwhile, KBS 2TV's new Monday-Tuesday drama "At A Distance Spring Is Green" which will thrill the small screen with its exciting campus story and realistic message, will premiere at 9:30 p.m. on June 14 (Monday).