Second Trailer is Out for Korean Drama The Man Living in Our House


The second trailer has been released for the new KBS comedy drama The Man Living in Our House starring Kim Young Kwang (D-Day) and Soo Ae (Mask). It continues the fun vibe with Soo Ae talking to a child on a park bench who has the voice of a grown man. The child then becomes Kim Young Kwang who continues to claim he is her stepfather.

The trailers are looking really cute with some nice interactions between our leads. I’m also looking forward to hopefully seeing a bit of our second leads, Lee Soo Hyuk and Jo Bo Ah, in upcoming trailers.

The Man Living in Our House is based on a webtoon about a woman (Soo Ae) whose life becomes a lot more complicated when a man (Kim Young Kwang) the same age as her turns up claiming to be her late mother’s husband, making him her stepfather.  She doesn’t believe him and then sets out on a mission to prove he is lying.

The Man Living in Our House is scheduled to premiere October 24 on KBS.

See the trailer here:

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4 Responses to Second Trailer is Out for Korean Drama The Man Living in Our House

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    He was fantastic in D-day…not the mention that the series itself was absolutely great. I usually don’t watch comedy series, but maybe I will check this one out 😀

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    • Kay says:

      I really need to get around to D-Day! That was one I really wanted to watch in 2015, but more and more dramas just seemed to keep piling up on top of it. I liked Kim Young Kwang in Pinocchio where his role was more comedic, so I’m optimistic about him in this one. And of course, I think the premise just sounds hilarious🙂

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      • raistlin0903 says:

        I started my blog with the review of D-day, so I have some fond memories of it, but I honestly loved that show. It had pretty much everything: Drama, Humour, Excitement and very cool special effects. I also loved all the characters in the show, as such I highly recommend it. But you are right about this one, the premise really is hilarious, so that is why I might check it out 😀

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        • Kay says:

          I’ll have to go read your review then. I haven’t seen too many reviews of D-Day. It sounds like it has a lot going for it overall. I love disaster movies and shows, so it is definitely a must watch for me🙂

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