We get to see a very humorous scene from the drama involving Park Hae Jin and Park Sung Woong re-enacting a classic kdrama moment with a bit of a different spin on it. Too funny! We then get to see a bit of mystery and spy action to round things out.
News also recently came out that Netflix has acquired the streaming rights to Man to Man. In most countries, the drama will be aired fully subbed very close to the actual broadcasting time in Korea.
For viewers in the US, apparently the drama will be released in two parts each consisting of 8 episodes. But so far I haven’t found any details as to when exactly they will be releasing the two parts. This is definitely an interesting development with this drama though.
Man to Man tells the story of a mysterious and skilled bodyguard (Park Hae Jin) to a top star (Park Sung Woong) who has made a name for himself playing villainous characters. The star is well-loved by the public, but he is hiding a terrible secret.
Man to Man is scheduled to premiere April 21 on JTBC.
See the trailer here: http://tv.naver.com/v/1576137
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