“A Good Day to Be a Dog” Park Gyu-young initiates a plan to break the curse
MBC’s new Wednesday drama “A Good Day to Be a Dog”, which is scheduled to premiere at 9 PM on Oct 11th, tells the story of a woman who turns into a dog when she kisses, and a man who is the only cheat key to solve the curse but is afraid of dogs.
The drama is set to stimulate excitement from the very first broadcast as the relationship between Cha Eun-woo (as Jin Seo-won) and Park Gyu-young (as Han Hae-na), who gradually become closer due to unexpected incidents, unfolds.
On Oct 11th, still cuts capturing the contrasting atmospheres of Jin Seo-won (Cha Eun-woo) and Park Gyu-young (Han Hae-na) were released.
As teachers at the same school, Seo-won and Hae-na have no choice but to meet within the workplace. They engage in a meaningful conversation in the school backyard, where Hae-na’s confusion is evident due to Seo-won’s firm and indifferent attitude, while Seo-won maintains an unblinking gaze towards Hae-na. The reason behind their serious conversation has aroused curiosity.
Another still cut captures Hae-na approaching Seo-won as he eats in the cafeteria. Hae-na, who turns into a dog when she kisses a man, initiates a mysterious operation to break her curse by approaching Seo-won. Seo-won’s peculiar gaze towards Hae-na, who starts to worry him unconsciously, captivates everyone’s attention.
Viewers are left wondering about what occurred between Seo-won and Hae-na and the nature of their relationship amidst the unique curse.
The story of Cha Eun-woo and Park Gyu-young, who are slowly becoming entwined with each other, can be seen in the first broadcast of MBC’s new Wednesday drama “A Good Day to Be a Dog” at 9 PM on Oct 11th, with the first week featuring consecutive episodes of 1 and 2.