Seo Hyun Jin And Ra Mi Ran Are Charismatic Educators In Upcoming Drama “Black Dog”
“Black Dog” tells the story of a young woman named Go Ha Neul who is hired for a short-term teaching position and struggles to keep her dreams in the harsh reality of the classroom.
In the poster, Go Ha Neul (Seo Hyun Jin) and Park Sung Soon (Ra Mi Ran) are at school. Park Sung Soon is looking down at Go Ha Neul, and Go Ha Neul is walking up the stairs. Their locations seem to be symbolic of their positions in school with Park Sung Soon as the head of the career counseling department and Go Ha Neul as a temporary teacher. The steps before Go Ha Neul represent the hardships she must go through in order to achieve her dream of becoming a teacher.
The production crew said, “Go Ha Neul and Park Sung Soon’s steps to find the true meaning of teachers will convey warm comfort and sympathy to viewers. Please look forward to the performance of Seo Hyun Jin and Ra Mi Ran who will portray a deep meaning as normal teachers.”
The drama also dropped stills of Seo Hyun Jin as Go Ha Neul who is struggling to adjust to her teaching career. The excitement of her first day at work doesn’t last long, and she is mind-boggled by the new experiences around her. Still, she writes her name on the chalkboard and smiles ambitiously at her new students. Go Ha Neul will show the realistic journey of becoming a teacher, including the competitiveness of getting a job and teaching in the classroom. Viewers are looking forward to whether or not she will become a true teacher.
Seo Hyun Jin commented, “Go Ha Neul has a big trauma, but she is a person who faces reality. She’s a bit weak, but it’s her charm to not forget what’s right in some situations. At first, I wondered how I should approach my character because she has such a big trauma, but now I am focusing more on getting along with the other actors around me.”
The production crew praised her, saying, “Seo Hyun Jin synchronizes with Go Ha Neul, not just because of the physical appearance, but also because of her unique delicacy, firmness, precision, and tenderness. It’s almost like you can imagine her as Go Ha Neul and not Seo Hyun Jin. You can look forward to her new best character who will give viewers a lot of sympathy.”
In the next batch of stills, Ra Mi Ran shows off her unique aura as the charismatic head of the career counseling department. Her eyes turn sharp when she detects something out-of-the-ordinary, but when it comes to students who come to her for advice, she will stop at nothing to communicate with them.
Park Sung Soon is an ace in the admissions process, and she does her best to make sure her students can go to a good university. She smiles softly when she deals with parents, and her reversible charms exude teacher vibes.
Ra Mi Ran shared, “If you look at her in an ordinary way, Park Sung Soon seems like an outsider, but she communicates with students as the head of the career counseling department and transforms herself into an information collector for college entrance exams. I think those transformations are her charms.”
The actress revealed she gets inspiration after observing the daily lives of the people around her and said, “When I met the teachers in person, I found that they did more work than I thought, not only in class, but also in other tasks. In particular, it was impressive to see the teachers of the career counseling department see through the ever-changing college entrance exam system so that students can enter a university. I’m working hard to make sure the viewers see their responsibilities to the fullest, so please look forward to it.”
The production crew said, “Veteran Park Sung Soon has a different charm from the temporary teacher Go Ha Neul. You will be able to discover a new side of Ra Mi Ran who has been loved by viewers and stirred up sympathy in viewers. It will be a chance to confirm her true worth once again. Please look forward to her performance in the midst of a fierce battle of the entrance examination.”
“Black Dog” premieres on December 16 at 9:30 p.m. KST, taking over the time slot of “Catch the Ghost.”
Check out the trailer for “Black Dog” here!