New teasers have dropped for Lee Na Younger’s upcoming drama!
Upcoming wavve authentic drama “Journey Diary of Park Ha Kyung” (literal translation) depicts the eight journey tales of Park Ha Kyung (Lee Na Younger), a highschool language arts trainer who goes on one-day journeys on Saturdays which might be stuffed with sudden but unforgettable moments. Every episode will take viewers to a brand new location as they observe Park Ha Kyung on her journey, experiencing every kind of feelings and emotions of consolation with the altering surroundings
The drama’s newest posters seize what Park Ha Kyung will get as much as on these journeys, from wandering round, to consuming good meals, and staring off into the space. All three of the posters learn, “If I can stroll, eat, and zone out!”
Within the new teaser, Park Ha Kyung is proven making an attempt to flee her life as an exhausted highschool trainer with fast journeys across the nation. She explains, “My aim for this trip is evident. To go down roads I haven’t been on. Only one-day holidays if you wish to disappear.”
As she embarks on her journey, Park Ha Kyung begins assembly new individuals and gaining many sudden experiences. When she’s in line at a restaurant and realizes they don’t serve single events, she decides to take a seat and share a meal with a close-by stranger she finally develops a detailed bond with. Whereas exploring completely different elements of the city, she retains operating into the identical man (performed by Goo Kyo Hwan), who later shouts out to her, “Let’s coincidentally meet once more!”
With time, Park Ha Kyung good points the braveness to strive new issues, similar to dance. Later, she’s advised, “They mentioned ‘You wish to do artwork, not grow to be an artist. Attempt it.’”
When requested how she felt, Park Ha Kyung solutions, “I cried. Then, I laughed.” The teaser concludes as Park Ha Kyung states, “If I can stroll, eat, and zone out.”
Watch the heartwarming teaser under!
“Journey Diary of Park Ha Kyung” premieres on Could 24.
Till then, try Lee Na Younger in “Lovely Days“:
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