What To Look Forward To Ahead Of Today’s Premiere Of “Oh My Baby”
tvN’s “Oh My Baby” will be airing its first episode today!
“Oh My Baby” is a new romantic comedy starring Jang Nara as Jang Ha Ri, a successful career woman who wants to skip marriage and have a child on her own. Jang Ha Ri appears to have it all — looks, personality, talent — but there’s one thing she lacks that she refuses to give up on: having a baby of her own. Just when she finally gives up on love, three men (played by Go Joon, Jung Gun Joo, and Park Byung Eun) unexpectedly walk into her life.
Ahead of the premiere, the drama unveiled key points to look forward to. Check out what to get excited about below!
Jang Nara’s return to the small screen to portray unique romance with three extremely different men
“Oh My Baby” has drawn attention with the spectacular lineup of actors that includes Jang Nara, Go Joon, Jung Gun Joo, and Park Byung Eun. Jang Nara acts as Jang Ha Ri, a candid and confident career women who wants to skip marriage and only have children. Her three candidates for the father of her baby are photographer Han Yi Sang (Go Joon), childhood friend Yoon Jae Young (Park Byung Eun), and younger co-worker Choi Kang Eu Ddeum (Jung Gun Joo). Jang Nara will deliver fresh romance with each of the three different men.
The unconventional topic of having children without marriage
“Oh My Baby” offers something new with the unconventional theme of having kids without marriage—a topic that has not been covered in Korean dramas until now. The topic will showcase the modern-day situation in which diverse lifestyles are respected. Notably, the plot will be brought to life by popular director Nam Ki Hoon who produced dramas of various genres, such as “Voice 3,” “Beauty Inside,” and “Tunnel.”
Realistic and dramatic development by writer Noh Seon Jae
“Oh My Baby” deals with the work and love of a professional career woman as well as how she deviates from her normal life to try to have her own child. These two contrasting topics will be harmoniously arranged in dramatic yet realistic developments. Writer Noh Seon Jae will use her real experience as a former journalist of a childcare magazine to create a relatable story that reflects women’s practical concerns. The drama will bring up stories based on detailed data surveys on women in their 30s and 40s and center around the office life of those in the editorial department of child magazine “The Baby.”
“Oh My Baby” premieres on May 13 at 10:50 p.m. KST and will be available with English subtitles on Viki.
In the meantime, check out a teaser for the drama below!