Love in Contract (K-Drama): Park Min-young With Two Leads Go Kyung-pyo & Kim Jae-young In The Upcoming Drama

The teaser for the forthcoming romance Kdrama Love in Contract, which will air on tvN, has been revealed, and we cannot wait to see the crazy love triangle that will soon be playing out on the small screen.

love in contract (2022)
love in contract (2022)

 

The drama was directed by Nam Sung-woo, and the principal roles were played by Park Min-young, Go Kyung-pyo, and Kim Jae-young. Other cast members, including Lee Joo-bin, Kang Hyung-suk, Jin Kyung, and others, appeared in the drama in supporting roles.

The story of Love in Contract is centered on Choi Sang-eun, who plays the role of a service provider in the story. She assists single men in finding temporary partners for various events. Her customers don’t have to tie the knot to use her services because she’s available for a wide range of other occasions as well.

Because Jung Ji-ho takes up Sang-time eun’s on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, the two have agreed to a long-term contract for their relationship. Her life appears to be moving in the right direction until a new customer named Kang Hae-jin begins showing up on her Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. This sets in motion a love triangle that she will have a difficult time escaping from.

Her existence as a partner service provider for a variety of people is shown in the trailer, and is then followed by her time spent with Ji-ho. The following scene gives us an introduction to a new customer named Hae-jin, who later becomes embroiled in a precarious circumstance. Hae-upbeat jin’s personality shines a spotlight on his character in the same manner that Ji-mystique ho’s draws our focus away from him.

The tension between the two men increases as Ji-ho observes the closeness that exists between Hae-jin and Hae-jin, while at the same time Hae-jin discovers the violent side of Hae-hidden jin’s personality.

Because Sang-eun is responsible for bringing the two male protagonists together in the first place, and because they continue to despise one another, Sang-eun decides to drop the bomb on them by announcing that she plans to quit from her current work. Even though she is more at ease when she is with Hae-jin, she can’t help but be drawn toward Ji-ho because of the aura of mystery that surrounds him.

The preview quickly comes to a conclusion on a funny note, with the relationship between Sung-eun and Ji-ho doing honor to the romcom genre, and now we are left impatiently waiting for the premiere of the program.

Love in Contract: Release Date

It is planned to be made available on tvN on September 21, 2022, and it will continue to be broadcast at 22:30 (KST) on Wednesdays and Thursdays after that until all 16 episodes have been made available.

Reading Of The Script For “Love in Contract”

Before the poster was made public, the cast and crew of “Love in Contract” got together and watched the first script reading for the drama.

The leading actors Park Min Young and Go Kyung Pyo instantly demonstrated their chemistry, which made their coworkers swoon with excitement about the connection they would demonstrate onscreen.

Both of them worked hard to cultivate positive working relationships with the other actors on the set. Kim Jae Young and Kang Hyung Suk were two of the other celebrities who were present at the event alongside Park Min Young and Go Kyung Pyo.

The star of “Hometown Cha Cha Cha,” Kang Hyun Suk, was the very last member of the cast to be shown to the audience. He will portray the role of a male close friend of Park Min Young.

The drama “Love in Contract” tells the story of Choi Sang Eun, a woman who works as a wife-for-hire (Park Min Young). She will become involved with the young bachelor Jung Ji Ho (played by Go Kyung Pyo), who has a long-term commitment with a lady but keeps his identity a secret from the general public.

“Love in Contract” Cast Park Min-Young: Biography

Park Min-young is a well-known actress in South Korea who has been in a number of popular television dramas, including “City Hunter” and “Healer.” She made her acting debut in the sitcom “Unstoppable High Kick” in the year 2006, and she performed a dramatic role in the film “I Am Sam” the following year. After that, she hasn’t really turned around to look back, and she’s been working extremely hard to get all the way to the top.

Park became a household name in South Korea with her portrayal in the historical drama epic ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal,’ which also earned her three wins at that year’s KBS Drama Awards. ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’ was a historical drama epic that immediately became a national sensation in 2010.

She has also earned honors for her portrayal in the series ‘I am Sam’ and ‘Healer,’ both of which are among her other series. But, unhappily, her film career was never able to pick up the pace that she wanted, and in all those years that she has been working, she has only managed to complete one film called “The Cat.” She claims that the primary reason for her absence from the big screen is that there have been no interesting proposals presented to her.

Park Min-Young: Career

In 2005, SK Telecom chose her to appear in one of their ads, and as a result, she gained expertise that was extremely beneficial to her career. It was her very first time appearing on camera, and she was really excited about the experience. She had a hard time getting over her lack of self-confidence in the beginning, but being in front of the camera for the first time ended up being a tremendous confidence booster for her.

In 2005, she starred in the sitcom “Unstoppable High Kick!,” which followed the shenanigans of a typical Korean family. The show was titled after the show’s catchy title. The sitcom was only moderately successful in South Korea, and Park played a tiny role as a school-going adolescent character who happened to be quite pretty but was just slightly above average in her academic performance. At the MBC Entertainment Awards, she was recognized as the Best New Actress of the Year.

The series was never a huge hit, but it did put Park on the radar of television producers, who then approached her about playing larger roles in subsequent projects. In the 2007 film titled “I Am Sam,” she portrayed the young daughter of a very infamous South Korean underworld don. The following year, she portrayed the role of a fanciful creature named Gumiho, a mythical seven-tailed fox, in the television series titled “Hometown of Legends.”

Park was becoming a strong choice for those genres and in 2009, she participated in ‘Ja Myung Go.’ While the South Korean television industry was going through a very solid wave of historical fiction shows, Park was becoming a good choice for those genres. It was a historical drama in which she portrayed a wicked princess, and the very next year, she starred in a film titled “Running, Gu,” which was a sports drama about marathon runners. In that film, she played the part of a beautiful girl who was caught up in a love triangle involving three different marathon runners.

She had already achieved fame as a TV actress by that time, but she was still looking forward to the one defining role of her career that would place her among the best actresses currently working in the industry. In 2010, she got the role she had been waiting for when she appeared in the drama titled “Sungkyunkwan Scandal.” The television show was both critically and commercially acclaimed, and it followed the story of a young woman who pretended to be a boy in order to enroll in one of the nation’s most famous educational institutions. Her excellent performance in the series earned her three KBS drama awards, which she received as a result of the series.

In the South Korean adaptation of the popular Japanese manga with the same name, titled “City Hunter,” which was released in 2011, she played the role of the main female protagonist. The show centered on a lawbreaker who was determined to do the right thing and his passionate relationship with a government informant.

She also had her film debut in 2011 with the horror thriller ‘The Cat,’ which was centered on a mother suffering from claustrophobia. By this time, Park had already managed to secure several large advertising endorsements, and she also made her debut in the film industry in 2011. The performance that Park gave in the movie was praised, but unfortunately, it was also the only film role that Park has had throughout her whole career up until this point.

In the year 2012, she was given the opportunity to play not one but two highly interesting roles in a manga adaptation that was given the name “Dr. Jin.” The plot of the series centered on traveling across time, and Park had two roles: the first was that of a woman living in the present day, and the second was that of a noblewoman living in 1860.

She was able to play the major part in back-to-back seasons of two different popular shows in 2014, which turned out to be a very successful year for her. After making her debut in the legal drama ‘A New Leaf,’ she went on to play a reporter in the medical drama ‘Healer,’ for which she was honored with the Excellence Award for her performance during the 2014 KBS Drama Awards. The last one, surprisingly, ended up being rather successful in China as well.

In 2015, she made her first appearance on a global stage in the Chinese series titled “Braveness of the Ming,” a period drama adapted from a very popular novel titled “Silk Nights.” This was her first role in a production outside of China. In the same year, Park participated in the Korean drama ‘Remember: War of the Sun,’ which was about hyperthymesia, a disorder in which the individual suffering from it is able to remember every single occurrence that has ever occurred in their lives.

She made her debut in the 2017 production of the historical drama titled “Queen for Seven Days,” and she is scheduled to make an appearance in her second Chinese television series titled “City of Time.”

Park Min-Young: Personal Life

Park Min-young has been romantically linked to a number of actors in the past, but she insists that she is not dating anyone at this time. Her previous relationship with Lee Min Ho ended, and she has since moved on to a new partner. In addition, it was said that Park Min-young was romantically involved with her co-stars Song Joong-ki and Park Seo Joon, however Park Min-young has refuted these rumors.

In her spare time, Park enjoys baking and preparing meals for her close circle of friends. She is also an avid fan of both coffee and cake.

Love in Contract: Cast Details

 Park Min-young as Choi Sang Eun

Go Kyung-pyo as Jung Ji Ho

 Kim Jae-young as Kang Hae Jin

Lee-Joo-Bin as Support Role

Kang Hyung Suk as Gwang Nam

Jin Kyung as Support Role

Park Kyung Hye as Kim Yu Mi

Oh Ryoong as Kang Seon Jin

Jun Jung II As  Guest Role

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