Song Hye-kyo, the "Romance Goddess," who set a box office record for each of KBS2's "Autumn Fairy Tale" and tvN's "Boyfriend," will return to her main genre of melodrama. SBS's "Now, We're Breaking Up," which has become a hot topic since the casting stage with Song Hye-kyo's appearance, claims a sweet, salty, spicy, sour breakup actuator, which writes "parting" and reads "love." Song Hye-kyo plays Ha Young, the head of the fashion company's design team, who is a cold-hearted realist and smart stability first. He will form a romance with the male lead Yoon Jae-guk (played by Jang Ki-yong). As any work infuses the vitality of romance with delicate emotional expressions, expectations are high on how to complete the harmony with younger man Jang Ki-yong.
Author Jane, who was noted for her 2018 drama debut film "Misty," and director Lee Gil-bok, who co-directed the drama "My Love From the Star" and "Vagabond," joined forces.
Song Hye-kyo, Jang Ki-yong, Choi Hee-seo, Yura, and Yoon Jung-hee, who have confirmed their appearances, are scheduled to air in the second half of this year.
Song Hye-kyo, who has a solid position as a Hallyu star overseas, has been sold first in Japan before the broadcast.