"Black Dog" Casts Seo Hyun-jin, Ra Mi-ran and Ha Joon

The synergy between Seo Hyun-jin, Ra Mi-ran and Ha Joon in "Black Dog" is highly anticipated.

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.


"Black Dog" is directed by Hwang Joon-hyeok, written by Park Joo-yun, and features Seo Hyun-jin, Ra Mi-ran, Ha Joon. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/12~Upcoming, on tvN.

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