The fantasy romance drama "Jinx," which is set to be unveiled for the first time at 9 a.m. on the 6th of next month, is drawing attention as a visual restaurant as soon as the still cut is released.
The drama "Jinx" is a fantasy empathy romance in which Kyu-han of the unlucky jinx struggles to win the sincerity of a woman he likes, whose wishes are reversed every time he sneezes.
e still released by Kakao Entertainment, the two are drawing attention as they emit strong chemistry with their visuals as if they emit a warm temperature difference between warm spring energy and cold winter wind.
Kang Chan-hee, who plays "Gyuhan," is a rare unlucky man with a jinx in which what he wants is reversed when he sneezes, but he fully expresses his warm personality character who continues his straight toward his crush. The pure eyes, as well as the expression of surprise or slightly smiling at something, seem to reveal Gyuhan's bright personality. In particular, he is aiming at women's hearts with the loveliness he wants to hug, showing off his pure nudity, wearing ordinary college student fashion wearing items such as a checkered shirt, sweatshirt, and jumper.
WJSN's Eunseo, who plays the role of "Se-kyung," who is cold and chic, also boasts a 100% synchronization with Se-kyung, as if she was wearing perfect clothes. Not only his charismatic eyes, but also his elegant beauty, achromatic neat outfit, and he is completely possessed by the scene where any man hits the iron wall no matter what he approaches. The girl crush force that does not disappear even though she wears an orange apron, which is her part-time job outfit, is also impressive. Fans are showing signs of mass production of the so-called "unnie's unit," shouting, "She was so handsome even when she was an idol, but her chic appearance in the drama is also attractive."
Fans are also enthusiastically responding to the synergy emanating from the conflicting temperature difference visuals of Kang Chan-hee and WJSN's Eunseo. "The two people in the opposite atmosphere maximize their charm." The drama "Jinx," which will premiere at 9 a.m. on October 6, has emerged as a visual restaurant, raising expectations.
"Jinx" will be released every Wednesday and Saturday at 9 a.m. on Kakao TV in a total of 10 copies, about 15 minutes each.