Kim Hee-sun and her mother, Lee Hye-young, close arms
Kim Hee-sun and her mother, Lee Hye-young, close arms
The first script reading scene of the main characters of MBC's new Friday-Saturday drama 'We, Home' has been revealed.

'We, Home', which will be aired for the first time on May 24th, is about Noh Young-won (played by Kim Hee-sun), the best family psychologist in Korea, whose career and family are threatened by an unknown blackmailer, and her mother-in-law (played by Lee Hye-young), a mystery novel writer. It is a human black comedy that tells the story of trying to protect one's family by cooperating with one another.

'Us, Home' is written by writer Nam Ji-yeon, who showed off her unique character play and deeply emotional narrative through the web drama 'So I Married an Anti-Fan', and sensuously captures the thrilling tension from 'Doctor Royer' and 'Miss Lee Knows'. Expectations are rising due to the meeting with director Lee Dong-hyeon, who directed the film. Here, actors with solid acting skills such as Kim Hee-sun, Lee Hye-young, Kim Nam-hee, Yeon Woo, Hwang Chan-sung, Kwon Hae-hyo, Ahn Gil-gang, Jae-chan, Jeong Geon-ju, Shin So-yul, Jeong Heon, Yang Jae-hyun, and Kim Seon-kyung worked together.

In relation to this, the main characters of 'We, Home' showed off their participation at the 'first script reading' where they exploded with energetic chemistry and overwhelming passionate acting. First, director Lee Dong-hyun and writer Nam Ji-yeon started with warm greetings, and then the actors stood up one by one to convey their determination and aspirations, and the full-scale script reading began in a friendly atmosphere.

Kim Hee-sun took on the role of Noh Young-won, a family psychologist and celebrity loved by the nation, and attracted attention with her passionate performance with outstanding concentration and gentle charisma. Kim Hee-sun led the play with a controlled performance that detailed the delicate emotions of Noh Young-won, a psychological counselor who kept a perfect family while comforting and controlling her family, changing not only her eyes but also her voice tone and tone of voice.
Kim Hee-sun and her mother, Lee Hye-young, close arms
Kim Hee-sun and her mother, Lee Hye-young, close arms
Lee Hye-young exudes a powerful presence as Noh Young-won's mother-in-law and mystery novel writer Hong Sa-gang, who devoted her life to her only son, Choi Jae-jin. Lee Hye-young created an unexpected charm by freely switching between comedy and seriousness with her unique low-pitched voice. In particular, Kim Hee-sun and Lee Hye-young vividly expressed the fantastic tiki-taka chemistry between the daughter-in-law and mother-in-law, who began to cooperate in the face of threats to the family, and gave pleasant laughter.

Kim Nam-hee played the role of Choi Jae-jin, the husband of Noh Young-won, a doctor who is renowned as a reconstructive plastic surgeon, and impressively portrayed the aspects of a family man who is kind to his wife and mother and kind to his son. Hwang Chan-sung, who played the role of Noh Young-min, Noh Young-won's mischievous younger brother, made a strong impact by naturally conveying the sly and immature side of his immature younger brother with overflowing energy.

Ahn Gil-gang, who played the role of Park Kang-seong, who runs a corn noodle restaurant, added a variety of fun to the story by showing off his outstanding performance from east to west as a helper who is ready to do anything for Hong Sa-gang. Jae-chan raised the mood by playing the role of Choi Do-hyeon, the son of Noh Young-won and Choi Jae-jin, who has a warm appearance, perfect grades, and polite manners.

Jeong Geon-joo played the role of Moon Tae-oh, Choi Do-hyun's math tutor, who has a boyish, bright smile but is somewhat secretive, creating a strange and strange tension. Shin So-yul, who plays Oh Ji-eun, a fellow plastic surgeon who works at the same hospital as Choi Jae-jin, maximized the character's personality with her solid acting skills and raised expectations.

The production team said, “‘Us, Home’ will be a unique drama that we have never seen before, containing a new perspective on the ‘family’ we think of.” “The unrivaled acting skills that made people burst into laughter to the point of tears coming from the first script reading.” Thanks to the actors, I had faith in this well-made work. “Please look forward to ‘Us, Home,’ which will be a feast of unconventional transformations and unexpected acting,” he said.

‘We, Home’ will be aired for the first time on the 24th of next month at 9:50 PM.

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google