SBS’s Upcoming Drama “Do You Like Brahms?” Shares More Insight Through Characters Posters

SBS’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Do You Like Brahms?” has released new character posters.

“Do You Like Brahms?” will tell a story about the love and dreams of classical music students. The new posters share a sneak peek into the six characters who will lead the interwoven stories of the drama.

First is Park Eun Bin as Chae Song Ah, holding her violin with great care. She is a fourth year student who pursued her major at a late age, and she will grapple with both her career and love throughout the drama. Her tagline reads, “It’s not like you can choose how and how much you will love someone from the beginning,” reflecting her ardent love for the person who holds her affection.

Joining her is Kim Min Jae as the world-renowned pianist Park Joon Young. He seems to be lost in thought as he stands next to a piano, and his tagline says, “Not too much, not going too far. That’s what our love should be,” showing his cautious nature and making one wonder what led him to form such an opinion of love.

Kim Sung Cheol and Park Ji Hyun will play cellist Hahn Hyun Ho and violinist Lee Jung Kyung, who have been walking down the elite course for budding musicians with Park Joon Young from a young age. Hahn Hyun Ho’s tagline reads, “My first love was full of scratches,” while Lee Jung Kyung’s says, “Brahms is so much like you, isn’t he?”

Lee Yoo Jin and Bae Da Bin will play Yoon Dong Yoon and Kang Min Sung, Chae Song Ah’s close friends and fellow members of the amateur orchestra that Chae Song Ah is a member of. Yoon Dong Yoon is Chae Song Ah’s violin teacher and the first friend who supported her dreams, and his tagline reads, “Your heart racing even just thinking about them, do you know what that feels like?” Kang Min Sung’s tagline says, “Everything will work out. Don’t worry. Because you’re my friend.”

“Do You Like Brahms?” will premiere on August 31 at 10 p.m. KST.

In the meantime, watch Park Eun Bin in “Stove League” below:

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