“A Good Day to Be a Dog” revealed Cha Eun-woo and Park Gyu-young’s sweet eye contact in new poster
On October 4th, MBC’s new Wednesday drama “A Good Day to Be a Dog” (directed by Kim Dae-woong/ written by Baek In-ah), which is scheduled to premiere on the 11th, recently released a historical poster featuring the two main characters played by Cha Eun-woo and Park Gyu-young.
“A Good Day to Be a Dog” is based on a well-loved Naver Webtoon of the same name by Lee Hey. It depicts an unpredictable fantasy romance between Hae-na (Park Gyu-young), a woman who is cursed to turn into a dog when she kisses, and Seo-won (Cha Eun-woo), a man who is afraid of dogs.
In particular, the casting of Cha Eun-woo, Park Gyu-young and Lee Hyun-woo (as Bo-gyeom), who have shown overwhelming presence in other works, also aroused hot topics. This combination is expected to captivate viewers with their presence in the second half of this year.
The poster released a week before the first broadcast shows Cha Eun-woo and Park Gyu-yong in beautiful hanboks. The two hold hands and make affectionate eye contact in front of beautiful natural scenery. Their soft and pure smiles flutter the hearts of viewers.
The phrase, “We must have known each other longer than we thought”, suggests that Hae-na and Seo-won might have been intertwined with some events in their past lives. Attention is focused on how the story surrounding a woman who transforms into a dog due to a curse and a man who is afraid of dogs will unfold and the start of their romance.