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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] "Shall We Kiss First" Holds First Script Reading


Upcoming SBS drama "Shall We Kiss First" has released a sneak peek into its cast through script reading photos and there are many familiar faces here. The work by writer Bae Yoo-mi ("I Have a Lover", "Scandal") and director Son Jeong-hyeon ("Yeah, That's How It Is", "She Gets Married Thrice") is reported as a fun and interesting piece on disillusioned adults falling in love.

There have been many actor additions since I last checked this piece out and it looks like this will be a love square drama more than a single pair one. Given the short character descriptions I've seen, it sounds like a potentially messy affair between the four, which is to be expected from a melodrama about romantic shenanigans. I may not be loving the newest information past the promising premise, but the cast sure is lovely.

Speaking of which, the script reading featured the writer and director as well as the main cast of Kam Woo-sung, Kim Sun-ah, Park Si-yeon and Oh Ji-ho. In addition, we get to see a lot of supporting cast members such as Kim Sung-soo, Ye Ji-won, Bae Da-bin, Ki Do-hoon, Kim Ki-bang and Lee Young-eun. "Shall We Kiss First" is produced by SM C & C and it will begin its run on February 5th.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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