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[Hot Takes from the Noonas] Seo Kang-joon and Gong Seung-yeon have a robot romance in "Are You Human Too?"

2017/06/13 | 2916 views | Permalink

Seo Kang-joon and Gong Seung-yeon have confirmed as leads in robot chaebol drama, "Are You Human Too?".

The robot drama you didn't even know you were waiting for has finally nailed down its lead pair. "Are You Human Too?" will tell the story of a robot created by a chaebol to replace her comatose son, in order to protect his inheritance. Seo Kang-joon will take on the role of both the son and the robot, Namshin-III, who not only has to learn to navigate the human world, but also gets caught up in a bloody chaebol power struggle.

Gong Seung-yeon, meanwhile, will play a tough bodyguard with a heart of gold. She's currently starring in sci-fi drama "Circle", so she's presumably not too far out of her comfort zone with robots. Kim Sung-ryung has also signed on to play the robot's creator/mother.

Given the oddball premise, I can't even vaguely make any predictions for this drama. On the upside, with Seo Kang-joon and Gong Seung-yeon signed on, it will at least be very pretty. Here's hoping they have some chemistry, too.

"Are You Human Too?" is set to air on KBS in the fall.

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