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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] "Come and Hug Me" Gathers Up Supporting Cast


Actors Seo Jung-yeon, Kim Kyung-nam-II, Yoon Jong-hoon, Kwon Hyuk-soo and Choi Ri are joining "Come and Hug Me", the story of people who were separated due to a murder incident seeking comfort in imperfect relationships. Some of the cast added has some short, but interesting descriptions.

Seo Jung-yeon plays a tsundere character, Chae Ok-hee. The actress is expected to bring realism to the role of a person who has lived a tumultuous life. Choi Ri will play her daughter. Kim Kyung-nam-II pays Yoon Hyun-moo, the half-brother to Chae Do-jin (Jang Ki-yong). Hyun-moo lacks affection, and he has inferiority issues. Yoon Jong-hoon plays Gil Moo-won, a kindhearted and friendly prosecutor, and Kwon Hyuk-soo plays Chae Do-jin's friend and assistant, Kim Jong-hyun.

This is looking like a nice variety of actors, and the characters seem to have close, but complicated relationships and potentially complicated lives in general. The idea of leads living and loving in the shadow of a serial killer is interesting enough, so I hope we get a good story out of this.

"Come and Hug Me" will follow "Let's Watch the Sunset" in May, on MBC.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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