tvN has released a behind-the-scenes video of “Love in Contract“!
“Love in Contract” is a new romantic comedy about a service that provides fake wives for single people in need of partners to bring to social gatherings, such as school reunions and dinners for married couples.
Park Min Young will star as professional fake wife Choi Sang Eun, who finds herself caught between longtime client Jung Ji Ho (Go Kyung Pyo)—with whom she has a long-term exclusive contract for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays—and newcomer Kang Hae Jin (Kim Jae Young), who wants to sign a contract with her for Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
The clip begins with Park Min Young skillfully striking poses with dozens of wedding rings for her character poster. Park Min Young stunningly models the diamond ring as if she is shooting an advertisement for a jewelry brand. The binder in her hand as well as the numerous wedding rings lined up in front of her indicate the volume of her past contractual marriages.
In the next clip, Go Kyung Pyo and Kim Jae Young are shooting for their character posters while dressed in black suits. The viewers are drawn to the fact that there is subtle tension between the two characters and that their facial expressions are quite different from each other. Go Kyung Pyo’s portrayal of Jung Ji Ho looks indifferent on the outside but somehow lonely on the inside, whereas Kim Jae Young’s portrayal of Kang Hae Jin looks very confident with a faint smirk on his face. Although the two actors are professionals in front of the camera, they became mischievous and playful once shooting ends, filling the set with laughter.
Later, Park Min Young partners with Go Kyung Pyo and then with Kim Jae Young to shoot the couple wedding posters. Again, Park Min Young’s facial expressions are quite different from when she is with Go Kyung Pyo, her longtime client, and when she is with Kim Jae Young, her new client. Viewers are curious to find out what stories are hidden behind these two couples.
Check out the full video below!
“Love in Contract” premieres on September 21 at 10:30 p.m. KST and will be available with subtitles on Viki.
In the meantime, check out a teaser for the drama below:
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