Choi Siwon will be playing Byun Hyuk, an unemployed third-generation conglomerate heir with zero life skills. His poster describes him as a “romantic third-generation conglomerate heir who has suddenly demoted into a bum.” In the poster, he is humorously twirling cup ramen noodles with a fork as if it’s some fancy pasta. The pure yet deceitful energy in his eyes makes viewers look forward to his comical acting already.
Kang Sora will be taking the role of Baek Joon who, according to the poster, is a “well-educated, well-experienced freeter with livelihood.” (Freeter is a person who makes a living by working as a part-timer.) In the poster, she is wearing a crisp white blouse that is symbolic of a career woman. However, she is also wearing a green apron and red rubber glove, which are accessories that do not fit a typical career woman. Nonetheless, her charismatic and confident pose portrays her ability to handle any obstacles that come her way.
Last but not least, Gong Myung will be acting as Kwon Jae Hoon, a young and intelligent man who dreams of making it big as he moves up the corporate ladder. His character description on the poster reads, “Task force in charge of cleaning up Byun Hyuk’s mess.” Although Gong Myung’s character looks highly intelligent and sophisticated in the poster, the book he’s holding up is titled “101 Tips to Handle a Troublemaker,” indicating that he’s more like Byun Hyuk’s nanny rather than a prosperous businessman.
“Revolutionary Love” revolves around the theme of youth, who want to change the world they live in. The first episode will air on October 14 at 9 p.m. KST. If you haven’t watched the teaser yet, you can watch it here.