On September 26, the production team behind the upcoming SBS drama “Modern Farmer” released the second round of posters.
The drama, set to air after the ending of “Glorious Days,” will be about four members of a rock band that move to the countryside to farm. The story will revolve around their dreams and love, as well as their friendships, which are compared to organic produce—fresh and pure. The human comedy drama will show the teamwork of director Oh Jin Seok and writer Kim Ki Ho.
Unlike the comical concept of the first poster that was released a little while ago, these second posters are more diverse in the sense that they show a little bit of what to expect from each of the characters, each poster with a different concept.
The poster of Lee Hongki in a red open car with sunglasses and the photo of Park Min Woo in a suit and necktie depicts a concept similar to that of “The Heirs.” The one of Lee Si Eon in a loose tie and Kwak Dong Hyun in a backwards baseball cap seems to depict a teaser from a youth film. The other poster of Honey Lee in a farmers’ hat and Lee Hongki looking a little sentimental is reminiscent of a young romance film.
The production team commented, “We came up with these teaser posters in order to provoke viewers’ curiosity as they wait for ‘Modern Farmer.’ We also would like to raise fans’ anticipation as they wait for the drama, but most importantly have a little amusement with the posters.”
Meanwhile, “Modern Farmer” will air its first episode on October 11 on SBS.