‘Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha’ has released character posters of Shin Min-ah, Kim Seon-ho, and Lee Sang-yi.
tvN’s new Saturday drama ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’ is about a realist dentist Yoon Hye-jin (Shin Min-ah) and an all-round master Hong Ban-jang (Kim Seon-ho) in the salty sea village ‘Gongjin’.
It depicts a tiki-taka healing romance. In the second general notice that was released not long ago, Lee Sang-yi appeared between Shin Min-ah and Kim Seon-ho, who started dating like a fight, and stimulated curiosity about whether a new relationship would begin.
While delivering the tighter romantic tension and heating up the expectations of prospective viewers who are eagerly waiting for the first broadcast, the character posters of Shin Min-ah, Kim Seon-ho, and Lee Sang, the protagonists of the unpredictable stalk that herald a huge romance storm, were released and focused on the public. make it
The charms of the three people that make your heart pound just by looking at them and the character keywords that stick to your eyes amplify your excitement and make you unable to take your eyes off of them.
The character poster of Shin Min-ah, who plays the role of Yoon Hye-jin, a dentist who is perfect in both specs and beauty, is loveliness itself. The bright eyes staring at the camera and her trademark dimpled smile further accentuate Hyejin’s lovely charm in the play. Shin Min-ah’s happy expression, who seems to have everything in the world with a stack of lavender boxes, also attracts attention. As the ‘Born2B Urban Woman’ draws attention on how she will adapt in Gongjin, an unfamiliar sea village, it raises expectations about what kind of excitement Yoon Hye-jin will spread in the play where urban charm and innocence coexist.
Following Kim Seon- ho’s character poster, the splendid qualifications that are dignifiedly unfolding steal attention. Hong Doo-shik, the class leader of Gongjin-dong, who always shows up to help the villagers when something happens, is an all-around man who knows nothing he can’t do. As if to prove his ability, his endlessly expanded qualifications make it possible to realize why he is known as a hero of Gongjindong. Although he is so talented, his official job is unemployed. Therefore, the phrase ‘voluntarily all-around white beast’ in the poster amplifies the curiosity about Hong Doo-sik’s character.
Lastly, Lee Sang-yi, who took on the role of Ji Seong-hyun, a star PD in the entertainment world, radiates a gentle charisma with a warm but unwavering gaze. When the camera placed on a tripod leans comfortably, as if familiar, it feels professional and makes the warm-hearted image of a handsome man stand out even more. In particular, the phrase ‘suddenly enter Gongjin’ stimulates interest in what reason he comes to Gongjin.
Above all, the character poster, which captures the charm of each character, ignites expectations for the romantic tension these three people will create: the lovely Yoon Hye-jin from Seoul, Hong Doo-shik, the hero of Gongjin Village, and Ji Sung-hyun, who entered Gongjin as an entertainment producer.
In addition, the colorful chemistry that will be shown in the background of Gongjin Village by those armed with their own charms is considered as another viewing point that makes ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’ waiting.
The production team said, “At the center of this character poster is the sea village ‘Gongjin’. You can expect a romance narrative that will build up one by one as their relationship that started in Gongjin.” He said, “The chemistry between Shin Min-ah, Kim Seon-ho, and Lee Sang Yi, who perfectly melted into their respective characters, will further increase the viewers’ heart rate.”