Jung Kyung Ho and Yoo In Na Offered Starring Roles in Korean Drama “It Feels Sincere”

It Feels Sincere Korean Drama - Jung Kyung Ho and Yoo In Na

Offers are out to Jung Kyung Ho (Life on Mars) and Yoo In Na (Goblin: The Lonely and Great God) to star in the new tvN drama It Feels Sincere. It Feels Sincere is a romantic comedy about a lawyer who hires a secretary, but it turns out she is an actress that was recently involved in a big scandal who is pretending to be a secretary to get in the drama of someone he is close with. It comes from the PD of What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim.

Well, that’s a fun twist on an office romantic comedy! I love both of these actors and would enjoy seeing them as a couple. They were actually in the drama One More Happy Ending together, but he was the lead and she was one of the leading ladies close friends. Both actors have great comedic abilities as well as the ability to deliver the emotions, so they would be a solid choice.

It Feels Sincere is looking to air in early 2019 on tvN.

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6 Responses to Jung Kyung Ho and Yoo In Na Offered Starring Roles in Korean Drama “It Feels Sincere”

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    Well…I’m sort of back 😅 Still not feeling a 100% healthy…but getting there at least. So up catching up with a few posts that I missed out on.😊While I am as you know not a big fan of romantic comedies, I am a big fan of Jung Kyung Ho, so I might actually check this one out. The premise sounds pretty fun I have to admit 😊

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    • Kay says:

      Yay! So glad to see you “sort of” back 🙂 I’m still sorry it’s taking you so long to get back to 100% though. Hopefully, you are almost there 🙂

      Jung Kyung Ho is certainly a fantastic reason to check this drama out! It’s been a few years since he did a rom-com, so I would be thrilled to see him do one again. Although if you’re itching for a Jung Kyung Ho drama, you might prefer Life on Mars or Prison Playbook. Probably dramas you would enjoy a bit more 🙂

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      • raistlin0903 says:

        Yeah…I’m getting there 😊 Besides coughing my lungs out (lol😂) I’m doing much better 😊😊
        I actually started with prison playbook, but could not really get into it. But to be fair..I didn’t give it a proper chance having only watched the first episode. Maybe I should give it one more try 😊😊

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        • Kay says:

          I understand. I haven’t watched Prison Playbook yet, but it’s done the same style and tone as the Reply series, so I kind of know what to expect. It takes a bit for me to get into shows like that too.

          But I think Life on Mars might stand a better chance for you since it’s more of a crime thriller. I’m a little over halfway through it myself. It’s not really to my tastes, but I can still tell it’s a very well done drama. And Jung Kyung Ho is fantastic 🙂

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          • raistlin0903 says:

            Will add life on mars to my list, but it unfortunately doesn’t seem availble on both Viki or Dramafever right now. Oh well. Still have enough to watch anyway, so I’m sure I will get around to it at some point 😊😊

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            • Kay says:

              Well, I just am not thinking! lol I certainly know it’s not on DF or Viki either since I’m watching it. I think I have too many dramas on the brain 😉 But yes, at least you have plenty of other stuff to watch!

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