On December 27, it was announced that actors Park Hyung-sik and Jeon So-nee would feature in the upcoming drama Youth Monthly Talk. The touching historical-romance story centers on a crown prince who is suffering from a mystery curse whose roots are unknown to him and a smart lady accused of killing her family members. The man rescues the lady from being accused, and the woman, in turn, saves the guy from his perilous curse. Before settling on its present name, Youth Monthly Talk was known as Youth, Climb the Barrier, and The Golden Hairpin.
Park Hyung Sik and Jeon Seo Nee to work together for a historical K-drama!: The upcoming historical K-drama “Our Blooming Youth” confirmed its main cast. https://t.co/ImF0cvhqw8 pic.twitter.com/9gpoDgSBWc
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Park Hyung-sik will portray Crown Prince Lee-hwan
Park Hyung-sik will portray Crown Prince Lee-hwan, who is harsh and lonely. On the exterior, he is haughty, irascible, and mercurial, but on the inside, he is terribly hurt, lonely, and wounded. Fans have also recognized Park Hyung-return sik’s to historical dramas (Saeguk in Korean) after Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth, in which he co-starred with BTS’ V, Park Seo-joon, Choi Woo-sik, Go Ara, and Do Ji-han.
The plot revolved around a privileged group of guys known as Hwarang, who discover many aspects of friendship, love, passion, and upheaval. Park Hyung-first sik’s historical drama, and despite the show’s modest popularity, he made friends with Park Seo-joon and BTS’ V. The actor has appeared in a number of productions throughout the years, including Strong Woman Do Bong Soon, Happiness, Suits (Korean version), and Juror 8. Meanwhile, Jeon So-nee will portray the bright genius Min Jae-yi, who takes it upon herself to uncover the truth after being wrongfully accused of killing her family. Despite hailing from a wealthy family, she is labeled a killer by society.
Fans will remember the outstanding actress from the plays Encounter and When My Love Blooms, which she has done in a small but rewarding amount of labor. The production crew for Youth Monthly Talk is curious to observe how the relationship between first-time partnered performers develops and how they make their characters and chemistry shine. They invited viewers to exhibit interest in the couple’s forthcoming drama about how they refuse to adhere to their present religion and forge their own way.
Park Hyung-sik and The Heirs co-star Park Shin-hye may reconnect.
Park Hyung-sik has an intriguing slate of dramas in 2023, as well as some intriguing on-screen reunions. If all goes as planned, he will return with The Heirs co-star Park Shin-hye for a new drama. The two are in discussions to star in the drama Doctor Slump, which follows two medical professionals who find a dead end in their separate jobs and seek to change their lives after choosing voluntary retirement from their medical careers.
The romantic comedy-drama is about ex-physicians Yeo Jung-woo (Park Hyung-sik) and Nam Ha-neul (Park Shin-hye), who live on a rooftop home after leaving their employment as doctors to start their new lives. Their respective agencies (SALT Entertainment and P&Studio) announced they were contemplating the offer, and if they agree, it would be their first drama together since 2013’s The Heirs.