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JTBC Releases The Official Posters For Its New Drama “Live On” Featuring NU’EST’s Minhyun & Jung Da Bin

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JTBC unveils its official posters for Live On featuring its six youthful leads!

JTBC excites audiences for its upcoming drama, Live On. The broadcasting network released its first glimpse at the show’s cast posters showcasing Hwang Minhyun, Jung Da Bin, Noh Jong Hyun, Yang Hye Ji, Yeon Woo and VICTON’s Choi Byungchan. The images tease the lively journey in store for viewers.

Live On

Live On is a romantic-comedy-drama, revolving around Seo Yeon High School. Its popular, celebrity-like student named Baek Ho Rang (Jung Da Bin) suspiciously joins the broadcasting club. There she meets the strict broadcasting director, Go Eun Taek (NU’EST’s Hwang Minhyun).

The newest posters released for the drama draws viewers’ attention to the six refreshing characters. Hwang Minhyun boasts his duality of softer charisma and sculptural features, meanwhile, Jung Da Bin radiates a contrasting doll-like appearance with a cold, stern expression.

Their castmates include Noh Jong Hyun who plays Do Woo Jae showing off sharp features and an equally sharp pose, Yang Hye Ji who depicts Ji So Hyun with graceful aura, Yeon Woo as Kang Jae showing happy and refreshing energy, as well as VICTON’s Choi Byungchan as Kin Yu Sin that charms with puppy-like innocence.

Live On

Furthermore, the two posters raise anticipation for the drama. They intrigue with their portrayal of a free atmosphere and colourful uniforms depicting the characters’ individuality. Additionally, the body language expressing subtle relationships raises questions regarding the chemistry between all of the characters.

Regarding the drama, the production team of Live On stated, “The six actors at the poster set worked hard to capture their individuality as if they were their respective characters. Please look forward to their solid chemistry as they will be delivered through the work.”

Meanwhile, audiences can catch the show when JTBC’s Live On premieres on Tuesday, November 17 at 9:30 PM KST.


Source: News1

Image and Video Source: JTBC