K-Drama Sneak Peek: Seo Hyun Jin, Ra Mi Ran & Ha Joon Step Into The Lives Of Teachers In “Black Dog”
tvN’s Black Dog aims to present a contemplative story derived in the perspectives of teachers
Seo Hyun Jin, Ra Mi Ran and Ha Joon banner Black Dog. The series promises to give a closer look at the life of a contract teacher as she confronts the fierce challenges of her new job.
The Plot’s Rough Sketch
Black Dog centers on the story of newbie teacher Go Ha Neul (Seo Hyun Jin) as she sets to survive her life dream of being a teacher. The school-set drama takes a close look on the bitter side of being a contractual teacher of a traditional institute. It will delve on the apprehensions and concerns of educators who are challenged to stay righteous.
In addition, the series sheds light on the realistic anxieties of freshman teachers’ battles on the prevalent invisible ranks between fixed-term teachers and part-time teachers. It raises empathy to the agony and growth of ordinary teachers who are not special, but banks on their genuine vocation and upright attitude.
The Main Characters
In the released teaser video, Black Dog introduced Go Ha Neul. Entering an elite high school, she is struck with a stigma of getting her job through connection. Despite having a genuine goal of achieving her dream of becoming a teacher, she feels frustrated on differing ideals and harsh realities of her career world that she wants to give on her dream.
Reaching out to rookie teacher Ha Neul is veteran college director Park Sung Soon, portrayed by Ra Mi Ran. Her ruminative advice and earnest affection pushes a much-needed encouragement to her junior teacher.
Another character who will be connected to Ha Neul is Do Yeon Woo, played by Ha Joon. In a released teaser photo, he is shown intently watching over the heroine, his stoic presence entices on the connection he will create with the her.
The Creative Team
Backed up by Studio Dragon, the writer-PD tandem will be held by Hwang Joon Hyuk and Park Joo Yeon.
tvN’s Black Dog commences broadcast on December 16 at 9:30 p.m. KST.