Lee Ha-nui's double life, new concept female character appears
Lee Ha-nui's double life, new concept female character appears
The third poster for 'Flowers that Bloom at Night', which depicts the double life of actress Lee Ha-nui, has been released.

MBC's new Friday-Saturday drama 'Flowers that Bloom at Night', which is scheduled to be aired for the first time on January 12th next year, is about 'Yeo-hwa', a 15-year married widow who climbs the wall at night, and 'Su-ho', a blind man who is coveted by everyone in the four major gates, who crosses the wall and crosses the line. It is a breathtakingly comical action historical drama.

On the 4th, the third poster, which highlights Jo Yeo-hwa's (played by Lee Ha-nui) unique style and beauty, was released and attracted attention.

The contrasting appearances of Jo Yeo-hwa above and below across the roof attract attention. First of all, it is interesting to note that Jo Yeo-hwa, who is sitting neatly in her room dressed in plain clothes, is smiling meaningfully while leaving the door wide open. This suggests that she is not an ordinary widow.

On the other hand, the sight of Jo Yeo-hwa wearing a mask and sitting leisurely on the roof in the middle of the night when the moon is up clearly shows her two-faced life. This heightens interest in how Jo Yeo-hwa's double life will be portrayed, and the appearance of an unprecedented female character sparks curiosity about the play.

In the play, Jo Yeo-hwa, who became a widow without being able to hold a first ancestral rite, goes up to the shrine during the day to mourn or write down the Samgang Haengsil Map, but it is only after the sun sets that her true face begins to be revealed. In particular, Jo Yeo-hwa, who climbed over the wall every night to take care of the people, accidentally becomes involved with the servant Park Su-ho (played by Lee Jong-won) and develops special cooperation, which is expected to provide a thrilling catharsis.

The third poster released in this way captures contrasting day and night scenes in one page, while also drawing attention by expressing the contrasting beauty of a character wearing contrasting clothes.

The production team of ‘Flowers that Bloom at Night’ said, “Cho Yeo-hwa is a married widow who does not dare to look at the world outside her wide open gate, but she cannot control her overflowing sense of justice and goes outside the fence at night. “Please look forward to seeing how her unexpected and thrilling double life unfolds.”

MBC's new Friday-Saturday drama 'Flowers that Bloom at Night' will premiere at 9:50 PM on Friday, January 12, 2024.

Ten Asia Reporter Kim Seo-yoon seogugu@tenasia.co.kr translated by google