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Watch: Ryu Jun Yeol Realizes He’s Lived A Meaningless Life In Emotional Teaser For New Drama

 

Jul 30, 2021

by L. Kim

 

JTBC has shared another heartbreaking teaser for its upcoming drama “Lost.”

 

In the drama, Jeon Do Yeon will be starring as Boo Jung, a ghostwriter in her forties who feels as though she hasn’t amounted to anything. Ryu Jun Yeol will star as Kang Jae, a man struggling to make ends meet who is terrified of his unpromising future. When the two characters meet in the shadows, they embark on a journey of healing as they attempt to escape the darkness.

 

The newly released teaser shares a glimpse of Kang Jae’s unstable life. His voiceover states, “I work as someone who can be freely contacted by anyone at any time.” As someone who runs a service where employees act out whatever roles clients request, he is used to spending time with strangers. He masks his true identity and lives his life as someone’s family, friend, and lover.

 

Kang Jae confronts his parent and asks, “You can’t even give your son 300,000 won (approximately $261)? Money is love.” His cold words show his priority as he lives in harsh reality where money is everything.

 

The video also shows Kang Jae experiencing overwhelming moments. Sometimes, he’s in tears, and other times, he’s tugging on his hair in frustration. He candidly claims, “If I have to become poorer and poorer, I might become someone worse than I am now.” One mysterious female voice asks, “How much do I have to pay you? For today?” The clip ends with Kang Jae sighing deeply and lowering his head.

 

“Lost” is currently scheduled to premiere in September. In the meantime, check out the new teaser below!

 

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1481500wpp/watch-ryu-jun-yeol-realizes-hes-lived-a-meaningless-life-in-emotional-teaser-for-new-drama

 

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Will be available on iQiyi instead of Netflix….

 

[ kofic ] HUR Jin-ho / Director

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Born in 1963, Hur Jinho was first known as a film critic starting in 1987. Between 1992 and 1993, he dabbled in filmmaking, taking part in several short films in various capacities, including two films of his own, <Is love a sin?> (1992) and <For Scrap Iron> (1993). Hur worked in the directing team of Park Kwangsu and took part in the screenplay of <A Single Spark> (1995). His directing debut didn’t go unnoticed, as his drama <Christmas in August> (1998) became an instant classic, picked up Best New Director and Best Picture at the Blue Dragon Film Awards and was even remade in Japan. With <One Fine Spring Day> (2001), which carried on with the director’s resounding storytelling technique and display of controlled emotion that was the salient aspects of the director’s debut film, Hur received another Blue Dragon Award for Best Picture and cemented his position within the Korean industry as a capable director of melodramas. He extended his reach to Japan when his next film <April Snow>(2005), which starred Bae Yongjoon and Son Yejin,, became a box office hit on the archipelago. After <A Good Rain Knows> (2009), which cast Jung Woosung and Chinese actress Gao Yuanyuan. Hur was offered the opportunity to film an adaptation of <Dangerous Liaisons> in China, with a cast comprising Jang Donggun, Zhang Ziyi and Cecilia Cheung. Stepping away from the camera, Hur also served as the director of the Jecheon International Music and Film Festival between 2013 and 2019. In 2016 he returned to the director’s chair to make the Colonial Era drama <The Last Princess>, reuniting with his <April Snow> star Son Yejin. After directing the short film <Two Lights: Relumino> (2017) and the medium-length film <The Present> (2019), which was released on YouTube, he made the period court drama <Forbidden Dream> (2019), about King Sejong’s scientific ambitions for the Joseon Kingdom, starring Han Sukkyu and Choi Minshik. In 2021, he moved to television and co-directed the drama series <Lost>, starring Jeon Doyeon and Ryu Junyeol. 

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AWARDS [partial listing]

 

<Christmas in August>

  • The 1st Director's Cut Awards (1998) - Best Director 
  • The 18th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards (1998) - Best Film, Best Director 
  • The 21st Korea Gold Awards Festival (1998) - Best New Director
  • The 19th Blue Dragon Film Awards (1998) - Best Film, Best New Director
  • The 34th Paeksang Arts Awards (1998) - Best Film
  • The 36th Grand Bell Awards (1999) - Best New Director

 

<One Fine Spring Day>

  • The 6th Busan International Film Festival (2001) - FIPRESCI Award
  • The 2nd Busan Film Critics Association Awards (2001) - Best Film, Best Director
  • The 14th Tokyo International Film Festival (2001): Artistic Contribution
  • The 21st Korean Association of Film Critics Awards (2001) - Best Film
  • The 22nd Blue Dragon Film Awards (2001) - Best Film
  • The 38th Paeksang Arts Awards (2002) - Best Film Director

 

<Happiness>

  • The 27th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards (2007) - Best Screenplay 
  • The 28th Blue Dragon Film Awards (2007) - Best Director 
  • The 3rd Korea University Film Festival (2007) - Director of the Year
  • The 2nd Seoul Chungmuro International Film Festival (2008) - Discovery of the Year
  • The 31st Korea Gold Awards Festival (2008) - Film Grand Prize

 

<The Last Princess>

  • The 37th Korea Gold Awards Festival (2017) - Best Director


 

[THROWBACK] Actress Jeon Do-yeon at director Hur Jin-ho's wedding on May 31, 2007.
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Actors Jeon Do-yeon, Kim Hee-ae, Moon So-ri, Son Ye-jin, Song Hye-kyo, Lee Young-ae and Ko Hyeon-jeong dominate the small screen.

 

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Jeon Do-yeon will return in September with a special project for the 10th anniversary of JTBC's comprehensive programming channel, 'Human Disqualification'. In this work, which depicts the story of ordinary people who suddenly realize that ‘nothing has happened’ at the descent of her life, Jeon Do-yeon takes on the role of ‘Bujeong’, a scriptwriter who wanted to become a writer, and works with Ryu Jun-yeol. In addition, it is a drama directed by Heo Jin-ho, who gave birth to masterpieces such as the movies ‘Astronomy’, ‘Princess Deokhye’, ‘Spring Day is coming’ and ‘Christmas in August’.

 

Above all, expectations are rising as Jeon Do-yeon, who has been active on the screen, is returning after 5 years of 'The Good Wife' (2016).

 

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JTBC's upcoming Saturdays-Sundays special series "Lost", starring Jeon Do-yeon, Ryu Jun-yeol

 

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SEOUL, Aug. 4 (Yonhap) -- Winner of Cannes prize in 2007, Jeon Do-yeon, is joining cast with Ryu Jun-yeol for JTBC’s upcoming series, “Lost”, directed by Hur Jin-ho, set to be broadcast from Sep. 4. 


The series is a special drama for JTBC’s 10th anniversary. 


For the upcoming special series, JTBC rescheduled its current drama aired on Fridays-Saturdays, 11 p.m. to Saturdays-Sundays, 10:30 p.m.


“Lost” depicts the stories of Bu-jeong (Jeon Do-yeon), who lost purpose of life after failing to achieve anything and Kang-jae (Ryu Jun-yeol) who stands at the end of his youth feeling afraid he may become nothing. 


Jeon Do-yeon, winner of the Best Actress prize in 2007 Cannes Film Festival with “Secret Sunshine”, is returning to the small screen after 5 years from her last TV series, “The Good Wife” (2016). 


It is also the first TV series that director Hur is taking the megaphone for, as he has only directed films until now. Hur is well known for his melo drama films such as “One Fine Spring Day” (2001) and “Christmas in August” (1998).

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‘Christmas in August’ - Han Suk-kyu & Shim Eun-ha
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‘One Fine Spring Day’ - Yoo Ji-tae & Lee Young-ae
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JTBC weekend drama reorganization... The first runner is Jeon Do-yeon's 'Disqualification of Humanity'

 

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JTBC announced on the 4th that it will reorganize the weekend schedule by introducing Saturday-Sunday dramas instead of Friday-Saturday dramas.

 

JTBC is scheduled to organize Saturday and Sunday dramas from September, and the first runner is JTBC's 10th anniversary special project 'Human Disqualification', which is scheduled to air on September 4th. The broadcast time is 10:30, 30 minutes earlier than the previous Friday-Saturday drama start time of 11:30 pm.

'Disqualification of Humanity' is a drama about the story of a woman named Jeong-jeong (Jeon Do-yeon) who has lost her way without becoming anything and Kang Jae (Ryu Jun-yeol), a man at the end of his youth who is afraid that he will become nothing. It is attracting attention. Hee-woong Yoon, head of JTBC's content strategy department, explained, "We have reorganized to provide the most suitable content at the optimal time to reflect the changed weekend and evening lifestyle." JTBC is also reviewing weekend entertainment reorganizations, including “Knowing Bros.”

 

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‘Lost’ Starring Jeon Do Yeon and Ryu Jun Yeol Reveals Its Release Date


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JTBC’s 10th-anniversary special, Lost, will premiere on September 4th.


Since JTBC has been reorganizing the broadcasting schedules since September, the series will air at 10:30 PM instead of 11:30 PM, which is when the Friday-Saturday dramas usually start.


Lost is a story about Boo Jung, a lost woman who hasn’t accomplished anything yet, and Kang Jae, a young guy who is scared because he might not become anyone successful before his youth fades away.


Joining hands with One Fine Spring Day and Christmas in August director Huh Jin Ho, the starstudded cast featuring Jeon Do Yeon, who is making a long-awaited drama comeback in 5 years, and Ryu Jun Yeol are garnering huge attention.


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The first main poster, released on July 28th, captures the intricate inner mind of Boo Jung and Kang Jae in a single cut. Boo Jung, looking as if she is going to burst into tears, tells how much she has lost and how much she fears losing, and Kang Jae’s deep and lonely eyes shows his anxiety and despair. The phrase on the poster, “Where are we now?” raises curiosity by showing the terror and futility of her and him roaming aimlessly in the middle of life.


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Ryu Jun Yeol And Jeon Do Yeon Are In A Pensive Mood In New Character Posters For Upcoming JTBC Drama

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Aug 4, 2021
by L. Kim
 

Upcoming JTBC drama “Lost” released new posters of Ryu Jun Yeol and Jeon Do Yeon!

“Lost” tells the stories of average people who realize they haven’t become anything throughout their lives and try their best to see the spotlight. Jeon Do Yeon stars as Boo Jung, a ghostwriter in her 40s who feels lost and as if she hasn’t been able to amount to anything. Ryu Jun Yeol stars as Kang Jae, a man who runs a service where employees act out whatever roles clients request.

Jeon Do Yeon completely transforms into Boo Jung in her character poster. She is curled up in an armchair with a soft expression on her face. Her poster reads, “In front of the downhill of life… I got lost.”

 

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Kang Jae perfectly portrays the dispirited Kang Jae, a 27-year-old man who is afraid of the future and wandering around without a specific goal in life. Just like Boo Jung, he is sitting in a room that casts him in both shadows and sunlight. His poster reads, “In front of the uphill of life… I got lost.”

 

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Drama fans can look forward to the heartbreaking story of Boo Jung and Kang Jae, who happened to cross paths at different points in their lives.

The production team shared, “The story of Boo Jung and Kang Jae, who will comfort each other during their loss and period of wandering, will provide healing and empathy. Once again, fans will be able to check the true value of actors Jeon Do Yeon and Ryu Jun Yeol, who have different depths of emotions.”

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1482177wpp/ryu-jun-yeol-and-jeon-do-yeon-are-in-a-pensive-mood-in-new-character-posters-for-upcoming-jtbc-drama

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Watch: Ryu Jun Yeol Asks Jeon Do Yeon If They Can Be Friends In “Lost” Teaser

 

Aug 6, 2021

by L. Kim

 

JTBC’s upcoming drama “Lost” has shared another teaser!

 

“Lost” tells the stories of average people who realize they haven’t become anything throughout their lives and try their best to see the spotlight. Jeon Do Yeon stars as Boo Jung, a ghostwriter in her 40s who feels lost and as if she hasn’t been able to amount to anything. Ryu Jun Yeol stars as Kang Jae, a man who runs a service where employees act out whatever roles clients request.

 

The newly released teaser shared a glimpse of two more characters. First, there’s Jung Soo (played by Park Byung Eun), Boo Jung’s husband and the head of the department store’s food department management team. He is a good son and sweet son-in-law, but he is slightly distant from his wife. Kim Hyo Jin will take the role of Jung Soo’s first love Kyung Eun. She is a woman who spends all day nursing her sick husband.

 

The video starts off with Kyung Eun breaking down in tears as she says, “My husband is not breathing.” Next, Boo Jung lands in the emergency room, and Jung Soo’s voiceover says, “Mom, to her, I’m a sinner.” The words “Where are we now?” hint that the four characters are going through confusing times.

 

The clip shows Jung Soo and Kyung Eun getting suspiciously closer. When Kyung Eun asks Jung Soo how Boo Jung is doing, he seems uncomfortable and responds vaguely with, “You want to know if she’s doing well?” On top of that, Kang Jae suddenly yanks on Boo Jung’s arm so that they won’t be caught by Jung Soo. Towards the end of the teaser, Kang Jae asks, “Can you be friends with someone like me?”

 

“Lost” will premiere on September 4 at 10:30 p.m. KST. In the meantime, check out the new teaser below!

 

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1482473wpp/watch-ryu-jun-yeol-asks-jeon-do-yeon-if-they-can-be-friends-in-lost-teaser

 

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Human Disqualification' Jeon Do-yeon X Ryu Jun-yeol, an unusual first meeting

 

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Jeon Do-yeon and Ryu Jun-yeol of 'Disqualified Human' predicted a fateful meeting.

JTBC's 10th anniversary special project 'Disqualification' (directed by Heo Jin-ho and Park Hong-soo, written by Kim Ji-hye, produced by C-JeS Entertainment, Drama House Studio), which will be aired for the first time on September 4, is the side of Jeon Do-yeon, who will touch the hearts of viewers with a different sensibility on the 10th. , released a still cut of Ryu Jun-yeol. From the first meeting, people are curious about the story that will be written by an unusual denial (Jeon Do-yeon) and Kang Jae (Ryu Jun-yeol).

 

'Disqualification for Humanity' tells the story of ordinary people who do their best towards the light, who suddenly realize that they have become 'nothing at all' in the midst of their lives. It densely unravels the narrative of healing and sympathy drawn by two men and women who face in the face of intense darkness, a woman 'negative', a woman who has lost her way without becoming anything, and 'Kangjae', a man at the end of his youth who is afraid of being nothing.

 

As the anticipation rises as the veil is removed, the photo released on this day contains an unusual first meeting between  Bu-Jung and Kang Jae, drawing attention. Bu-Jung sits on the bus window and weeps. She bows her head and try to swallow the tears, but the tears do not stop. An unfamiliar hand suddenly passes over the tired and fragile shoulder of such negativity. It is Kang Jae, who has been watching with concern for the negation that pours out tears alone. Kang-jae, who could not take his eyes off his curiosity, felt an unknown agitation and gave a handkerchief indifferently. The narrowed distance between two people sitting side by side stimulates curiosity. It raises curiosity about what kind of change the never-ordinary first meeting of ordinary people who stop between the downhill and uphill slopes of life will change their relationship.

 

Jeon Do-yeon took on the role of Bu-jeong, a scriptwriter who wanted to become a writer. She is a woman who has walked with her best, but has lost her reason for living as she confronts herself who has failed on the descent of her life. As if she was an invisible person, she lives without her presence, embracing her trivial pain. Jeon Do-yeon draws her indescribable sense of loss through deep and delicate acting, raising her expectations that she will empathize.

Ryu Jun-yeol plays Kang Jae, a service operator who wants to become rich. He is a man who takes risks to take off his genes of poverty and rise to higher ground. Dreaming of a wealthy life, he wandered in search of shortcuts, but got lost in front of a steep uphill road without achieving anything. The new face of Ryu Jun-yeol is expected to how he will create the complicated inner side of Kang Jae, a young man who is wandering in danger.

 

Above all, the meeting of Jeon Do-yeon and Ryu Jun-yeol from different classes is the best point to watch in itself. Jeon Do-yeon said, "The first filming with actor Ryu Jun-yeol was a bus scene. He rhythmically led the crying denial, Kang Jae, who constantly talked, and the scene I thought would be difficult. I think that the charm of actor Ryu Jun-yeol is that he keeps watching and looking forward to it." Ryu Jun-yeol also said, "Senior Jeon Do-yeon has a charm that is difficult to express in words. She is an actor who makes me constantly check myself and brings out a new side. Every moment we shoot together is precious and enjoyable."

 

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Jeon Do-yeon X Ryu Jun-yeol, 'I met someone who knows me'...'disqualification as a human being'

 

 

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'Disqualification' Jeon Do-yeon and Ryu Jun-yeol are drawn like fate on the border between empathy and compassion.

On the 11th, JTBC's 10th anniversary special project 'Disqualification' released the second main poster 'Learn' version. The fateful narrative of Negative (Jeon Do-yeon) and Kang-jae (Ryu Jun-yeol), who are slowly drawn to each other as if they are caring for each other's wounds, raises curiosity.

 

The second main poster 'Learn' version draws attention by melting the complex and subtle emotional lines of the two people.

 

The 6-cut photo that stimulates analog sensibility captures the moment when Bu-Jung and Kang-jae, passing by, look back. Their eyes towards each other are faint and lonely, but they contain a warm gaze.

Here, the phrase 'I met someone who recognizes me' leaves a short but long lasting impression. The story of Bu Jung and Kang-jae, who feel an unknown attraction at the boundary between empathy and compassion, who face their own resemblance as if they are different, adds to the curiosity and raises expectations.

 

The production team of 'Disqualification for Humanity' said, "The special method of comfort between two men and women who understand, empathize with, and comfort each other's wounds, the injustice and Kang-jae, who walked alone on the steep hill of life, will give a heavy resonance."

On the other hand, JTBC's 10th anniversary special project 'Disqualification' will be broadcasted for the first time at 10:30 pm on the 4th of September.

 

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Jeon Do Yeon And Ryu Jun Yeol Are Drawn To Each Other By Fate In Poster For Upcoming Drama “Lost”

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Aug 11, 2021
by S. Nam
 

Upcoming JTBC drama “Lost” released a new poster starring Jeon Do Yeon and Ryu Jun Yeol!

“Lost” tells the stories of average people who realize they haven’t become anything throughout their lives and try their best to see the spotlight. Jeon Do Yeon stars as Boo Jung, a ghostwriter in her 40s who feels lost and as if she hasn’t been able to amount to anything. Ryu Jun Yeol stars as Kang Jae, a man who runs a service where employees act out whatever roles clients request.

Previously, the first main poster portrayed the “lost path” version, which depicted Boo Jung’s loss and Kang Jae’s wandering. The second main poster is the “recognizing” version and conveys the two people’s complex emotions. With an old-style vibe, the new poster uses six cuts to capture the moment in which Boo Jung and Kang Jae, who were just passing by, turn around and look back.

Their gazes as they look at each other are sentimental and lonely, but they also deliver warmth that means much more than any words of comfort could. The short text on the poster reads, “I met someone who recognizes me,” leaving a powerful impression on viewers. As Boo Jung and Kang Jae meet one another who are both different and alike, they are mysteriously drawn to each other while feeling an emotion that lies somewhere between empathy and compassion.

 

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Already, viewers are highly anticipating “Lost” for being Jeon Do Yeon’s and Ryu Jun Yeol’s first return to the small screen in five years. As Boo Jung, Jeon Do Yeon will portray her character’s pain of living life without a presence. Boo Jung has lost her reason to live after facing her failed self on the downward road of life despite trying her best. Ryu Jun Yeol’s character Kang Jae wants to become rich and has taken on the risk of climbing higher in order to let go of his poor background. Wandering on his way to find a shortcut while dreaming of a luxurious life, he’s lost his direction in life in front of a steep uphill road without having accomplished a single thing. Viewers are curious to learn more about the story of the two people who will become a single ray of light in each other’s dark lives.

The production team shared, “Boo Jung and Kang Jae have lonely walked life’s steep hills alone. The pair’s special way of comforting one another as they become each other’s solace and understand and relate to the other’s pain will deeply resonate with viewers.”

“Lost” will premiere on September 4 at 10:30 p.m. KST. In the meantime, check out a teaser for the drama here!

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1483219wpp/jeon-do-yeon-and-ryu-jun-yeol-are-drawn-to-each-other-by-fate-in-poster-for-upcoming-drama-lost

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Jeon Do Yeon Catches Ryu Jun Yeol’s Eye On The Bus In Upcoming Drama “Lost”

 

Aug 12, 2021

by E. Cha

 

JTBC’s upcoming drama “Lost” has shared a glimpse of the first meeting between its two leads!

 

“Lost” is a new drama starring Jeon Do Yeon as Boo Jung, a ghostwriter in her forties who feels as though she hasn’t amounted to anything, and Ryu Jeon Yeol as Kang Jae, a man struggling to make ends meet who is terrified of his unpromising future. When the two lost souls meet in the shadows, they embark on a journey of healing as they attempt to escape the darkness.

 

In newly released stills of the characters’ first encounter, Kang Jae notices Boo Jung crying alone on the bus. Although the distraught writer lowers her head and tries to blink back her tears, she is unable to stop them from falling.

Troubled by her visible distress, Kang Jae can’t stop watching her—and he eventually approaches her to gently offer her a handkerchief. He then takes the seat beside her, raising the question of whether these two lonely souls will be able to find comfort in one another.

 

Jeon Do Yeon remarked, “My first shoot with Ryu Jun Yeol was our bus scene. With Boo Jung crying and Kang Jae talking non-stop, I thought the scene would be a difficult one, but [Ryu Jun Yeol] rhythmically took the lead. Our acting chemistry needs no words. There was no need for me to have worried.”

 

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She went on to praise her co-star by saying, “I think Ryu Jun Yeol’s charm as an actor is that he keeps making you watch him and look forward to seeing him.”

 

Meanwhile, Ryu Jun Yeol returned the love by commenting, “Jeon Do Yeon is someone whose charm is difficult to describe in words. She’s an actress who makes me constantly evaluate my own acting and who brings out new sides of me. Every moment that we spend filming together is both precious and fun.”

 

“Lost” will premiere on September 4 at 10:30 p.m. KST.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1483358wpp/jeon-do-yeon-catches-ryu-jun-yeols-eye-on-the-bus-in-upcoming-drama-lost

 

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Watch: Ryu Jun Yeol And Jeon Do Yeon Become Entangled With Each Other Due To Park Ji Young In “Lost” Teaser

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Aug 13, 2021
by L. Kim
 

JTBC has shared an intriguing new teaser for its upcoming drama “Lost”!

“Lost” is about the stories of average people who realize they haven’t become anything throughout their lives and try their best to see the spotlight. Jeon Do Yeon stars as Boo Jung, a ghostwriter in her 40s who feels lost and as if she hasn’t been able to amount to anything. Ryu Jun Yeol stars as Kang Jae, a man who runs a service where employees act out whatever roles clients request. Although he is striving to overcome poverty, he becomes afraid of himself out of the fear that he won’t be able to become anything.

The newly released teaser shares a glimpse of how Kang Jae and Boo Jung become entangled in each other’s lives. In the beginning of the clip, Boo Jung is visibly upset at Ah Ran, an actress who is also her client. It appears as if Boo Jung is going to stop being her ghost writer and get revenge against her instead.

The two women’s war of nerves summon Kang Jae. Ah Ran seeks a way to stop Boo Jung, who is like a ticking time bomb that will expose all her secrets, and her mysterious helper hires Kang Jae to take care of the matter. Kang Jae demands, “So what exactly do you want me to do?” The man replies, “Everything bad,” causing Kang Jae to become filled with complicated emotions.

 

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1483586wpp/watch-ryu-jun-yeol-and-jeon-do-yeon-become-entangled-with-each-other-due-to-park-ji-young-in-lost-teaser

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