Son Ye-jin has gotten even prettier after dating, how can someone be this pretty when they are nearing 40?

The character posters for “Thirty, Nine” are attracting attention online. 

JTBC’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama “Thirty, Nine” (written by Yoo Young-ah/directed by Kim Sang-ho/Produced by JTBC Studio, Lotte Culture Works) is drawing attention to the bright and fresh visuals from Son Ye-jin (starring as Cha Mi-jo), Jeon Mi-do (Jung Chan-young), and Kim Ji-hyun (Jang Joo-hee).

“Thirty, Nine” is a realistic, humane romance drama that deals with in-depth stories about friendship, love, and the life of three friends who are just around the corner of reaching the age of 40. Starring Son Ye-jin, Jeon Mi-do, and Kim Ji-hyun, as well as Yeon Woo-jin (Kim Sun-woo), Lee Moo-saeng (Kim Jin-seok), and Lee Tae-hwan (Park Hyun-joon), the drama is raising expectations with its solid cast.

Thirty Nine posters

If the first poster showed a sense of friendship of Cha Mi-jo (played by Son Ye-jin), Jung Chan-young (Jeon Mi-do), and Jang Joo-hee (Kim Ji-hyun), the 39-year-old best friends in the series, the character poster released this time shows off a girl-like fresh atmosphere, further highlighting their charm.

In particular, the petals scattered over their neatly gathered palms form a fairytale-like atmosphere, and Son Ye-jin, Jeon Mi-do, and Kim Ji-hyun’s warm smiles shine through the petal shower, making the audience feel blessed.

Thirty Nine posters

The phrases such as “To be with you, my beloved,” “Starting anew,” and “Radiantly shining moment” seem to be foretelling the special stories of the 39-year-old protagonists. That year when new challenges and encounters will unfold, what beautiful moments will they face to brighten up such a period of their life. The audience is looking forward to the first meeting with these three friends and their strong friendship.

JTBC’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama “Thirty, Nine,” a beautiful story of the 39-year-olds told by Son Ye-jin, Jeon Mi-do, and Kim Ji-hyun, will premiere in February 2022 after “Artificial City.”

Thirty Nine posters
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