‘Yumi’s Cells’, which is about to be released for the first time on the 17th, released character stills of Ruby (Lee Yoo-bi) and Sae-yi (Park Ji-hyun), who will add dizzying tension to the sympathetic romance that stimulates love cells.
In the photo, Ruby and Sae-yi arouse interest with their different charms. Ruby, which attracts attention with its crisp anti-war beauty, is the mood maker of the Ministry of Finance of Korea. It brightens the surroundings with a bright smile, but the reverse side hidden behind a lovely face arouses curiosity. Ruby is staring at somewhere with a fresh gaze, expressing displeasure. It is curious what scene she captured with ‘Eye of a Hawk’ by a quick-witted man.
On the other hand, Sae-yi, a friend and colleague of Goo-woong (Ahn Bo-hyun) at a game company, draws attention with her natural charm. Sae-i, who shows the essence of ‘Kuan-ku (as if decorated or not)’, is a person full of charm at first glance. The intellectual atmosphere surrounding her also fascinates the viewers. It stimulates curiosity about what kind of story will happen between Goo Woong and Sae Yi.
Actress Lee Yoo-bi takes on the role of ‘Ruby’, a punk who possesses various dating skills. Unlike Yumi (Kim Go-eun), who lives a ‘no-jam’ life, Ruby is a youth full of energy. In addition to her lovely and plump charm, she always draws the attention of those around her with her diligently honed dating skills. Although the personality of not knowing where to go is sometimes burdensome, she is the owner of a charm that cannot be hated. Ruby subtly stimulates Yumi’s nerves and is expected to turn the cell village upside down. Attention is focused on Lee Yu-bi’s performance, which will increase the immersion of the play with her character’s ‘sticky’ acting.
Park Ji-hyun plays Sae-i, Goo-woong’s girlfriend (girlfriend), who is fully equipped with looks, abilities and ambition. Sae-yi, who excels in all aspects, is the ‘wannabe girlfriend’ that everyone envys. As an art director, she is currently immersed in her work to become a ‘top’ in her field, and has maintained an ambiguous friendship with Goo Woong for a long time. Park Ji-hyun, who has emerged as a popular actress, is paying attention to the new look she will show through ‘Yumi’s Cells’. ‘Yumi’s Cells’, produced as a season, is a cell-stimulating sympathetic romance depicting the story of an ordinary Yumi who eats, loves, and grows with cells.
It is the first Korean drama to be produced in a format that combines live-action and 3D animation, and expects a different kind of fun.
‘Yumi’s Cells’ will be released simultaneously on TVing and tvN at 10:50 pm on the 17th.