"Black Dog" Casts Seo Hyun-jin, Ra Mi-ran and Ha Joon
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The new tvN drama "Black Dog" is about a social rookie named Go Ha-neul (Seo Hyun-jin) who becomes a short-term teacher and struggles to survive in a 'school' that is the tabloid edition of our lives.
Unlike typical school dramas, "Black Dog" is a completely new story, densely portraying a veiled world through the perspectives of teachers. Seo Hyun-jin returns for the first time in a year since "Beauty Inside - Drama" and irreplaceable actress Ra Mi-ran comes on board with her. In addition, Ha Joon confirmed his role in the drama as well.
Seo Hyun-jin plays a rookie short-term teacher, who is put out in the war-zone called a private school, named Go Ha-neul. She dreams of becoming a teacher after one saves her life. She endures various developments and growths of living in this compact edition of life.
Ra Mi-ran plays Park Seong-soon, the infamous workaholic director of the department of career advancement. She will do anything for children and is a passionate teacher who goes to college admissions and volunteers to be the 'saleswoman'.
Ha Joon plays Do Yeon-woo, the most popular teacher of the Korean language from the department of career advancement. He is a hot-blooded youth who loves to hear that he's done a good job of teaching, and he is an idealist who believes that a man's ability alone is capable of piercing through anything. He doesn't get affected by taking sides within the school and looks straight ahead to expand his own experiences.