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Ji Soo and Ha Seok-jin Become Brothers Pining for Im Soo-hyang in "My Prettiest Days"

2020/04/27 Source

Actors Ji Soo and Ha Seok-jin will form a romance grid around Im Soo-hyang.

The new MBC TV Wednesday-Thursday drama "My Prettiest Days" is the story of brothers who fall in love with the same woman at the same time. It is produced by Oh Kyeong-hoon and written by Jo Hyeon-kyeong.

Ji Soo takes on the role of Seo-hwan, an architectural designer. He falls fatefully in love with ceramic artist Oh Ye-ji (Im Soo-hyang).

Rally driver and older brother Seo-jin is played by Ha Seok-jin. He's a tough guy who goes ahead to get what he wants. He feels instinctively pulled towards Oh Ye-ji who he meets at his father's workshop. The Seo-hwan and Seo-jin brothers are expected to conflict over Oh Ye-ji.

Hwang Seung-eon plays Carrie Jeong, Seo-jin's ex and marketing partner. She falls for Seo-jin first and doesn't let go of their ties even after they break up.

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