Jun So Min, Go Kyung Pyo, And More Attend First Script Reading For New tvN Drama “Cross”

On December 13, tvN’s upcoming Monday-Tuesday drama “Cross” revealed some stills of their first script reading.

The drama is about Kang In Kyu (played by Go Kyung Pyo), who becomes a doctor in order to get revenge but instead ends up saving the life of his enemy. Go Jung Hoon (played by Jo Jae Hyun) is an optimistic doctor who embraces everything, including Kang In Kyu’s rage. Jun So Min will be playing the quirky, unpredictable, and refreshingly charming hospital intern Go Ji In, who is also the only daughter of Go Jung Hoon.

“Cross” is directed by director Shin Yong Hwi, who also produced hit OCN drama “Tunnel,” and is written by Choi Min Suk, the screenwriter behind award-winning film “Blind.” The first script reading was attended by Go Kyung Pyo, Jo Jae Hyun, Jun So Min, Kim Ji Han, Yang Jin Sung, Jang Gwang, Kim Jong Gu, Heo Sung Tae, Yoo Seung Mok, and child actor Uhm Ji Sung.

The script reading began with director Shin Yong Hwi making a brief greeting and introducing all the actors, everyone from the main leads to the extras. He then stated, “I think this will be a very exciting and interesting drama. I will work hard to make sure that each and everyone’s work, from the actors to the staff, will create a good drama.”

In the released stills, Jun So Min, Go Kyung Pyo, Jo Jae Hyun, and all the other actors appear immersed into their scripts. They also show off a passionate energy and chemistry as they read through their scripts.

It was revealed that the actors of “Cross” continued their energetic read-through of the script for three hours without stopping, demonstrating their passion for the drama.

The production crew stated, “The actors’ passion, director Shin Yong Hwi’s detailed direction, and the heart-racing script meshed perfectly together. Go Kyung Pyo and Jo Jae Hyun especially surprised the staff with their chemistry while acting.”

“Cross” will air in January of 2018 after “Rude Miss Young Ae Season 16” comes to an end.

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