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"My Mister" to be directed by "Signal" director and written by "Oh Hae-young Again" writer

2017/08/30 | 213 views |  | Permalink | Source

A star director and writer are getting together once again. I, for one, am stoked for this pairing. Director Kim Won-seok and writer Park Hae-yeong have banded together for a new drama called "My Mister". The story centers around a man in his forties and a woman in her twenties deriving comfort from each other and watching people living and going about their lives.

Kim Won-seok is famous for directing "Misaeng", "Signal", and others while Park Hae-yeong is known for penning "Oh Hae-Young Again". All of Director Kim's works are well thought out, beautifully shot, and contain a level of introspection surprising on the small screen. "Oh Hae-Young Again" was surprisingly fresh with its treatment of adults in relationships, love, and honestly. I'm really looking forward to see what this production team can do. The next question is, who will they cast?

-Yours, Lisa, the managing editor who is fangirling over this production pairing

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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