Seohyun and Na In Woo will change the fate of each other, this is the comment about the role in ‘Jinxed At First’
Approaching the premiere of ‘Jinxed At First’, KBS2 shows the chemistry of SNSD’s Seohyun and Na In Woo in a new poster. They Also Comment About Each Other’s Roles.
Ahead of the premiere, “Jinxed at First” shared the main character poster. Kali Seohyun SNSD (Girls’ Generation) and Na In Woo also commented on their roles.
Adapted from the webtoon of the same name, “Jinxed at First” is a romantic fantasy drama about a hapless unlucky man meeting the goddess of fortune to break his curse. The goddess of fortune fled from to break the curse.
In the latest individual poster released by KBS2, Seohyun and Na In Woo show beautiful chemistry. Even though they seem to be alone, they seem to be exchanging romantic glances with each other. Later, their characters will change the fate of each other.
Seohyun plays the role of Seul Bi who has a special ability to see the future of the people she touches. Because of this ability, Seul Bi is forced to suffer the shame of living in a cage. Despite the unfair situation, Seul Bi still radiates positive energy while longing for a happy life.
As the poster was released, the production team hinted at the change in Seul Bi’s self once she began to get to know a world that felt foreign. Regarding her character, Seohyun said, “Seul Bi has not lost her innocence and childishness, she is a person who can defy her own destiny.”
On the other hand, Na In Woo plays a fishmonger at Seodong Market named Gong Soo Kwang who has a special curse and is caught in a bad luck. The handsome, kind, and skilled Gong Soo Kwang finally has to live a completely changed life after an unexpected incident. Despite accepting his misfortune, his life changes when he meets Seul Bi, the goddess of luck.
Regarding the portrayal of Gong Soo Kwang, Na In Woo said, “A charming and colorful person who shows various emotions every time changes after experiencing difficulties.”
Meanwhile, “Jinxed at First” can be watched on June 15. In lieu of “Love All Play”, this drama airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 21:50 local time.