VICTON's Byungchan Falls For Yang Hye Ji At First Sight In

JTBC’s upcoming drama “Live On” has shared more stills ahead of its premiere!

“Live On” is a new romance drama starring NU’EST’s Minhyun as Go Eun Taek, a perfectionist who is the head of his high school’s broadcasting club, and Jung Da Bin as Baek Ho Rang, a school celebrity and social media influencer who joins the club with ulterior motives.

Yang Hye Ji takes on the role of Ji So Hyun, model student and vice president of the broadcasting club. Her icy cold expression proves that while she may be seen as kind and gentle, she also knows how to stand up for herself. Although Ji So Hyun was once friends with Baek Ho Rang, she was suddenly cut off for no particular reason.

Another still reveals the puppy-like charm of Kim Yoo Shin (VICTON’s Byungchan). As Baek Ho Rang’s sole friend, anticipation is rising over what kind of role he will play in the jungle-like atmosphere of the high school. Additionally, after running into Ji So Hyun at orientation day, he fell head over heels for her. A new still shows Kim Yoo Shin turning around at his desk to talk to Ji So Hyun with a smile on his face. Drama fans are already looking forward to how their storyline will develop.

By Go Eun Taek’s side is Do Woo Jae (Noh Jong Hyun), known for his ability to use cool-headed logic in any situation. Connected by their similar personalities, the two friends are like birds of a feather. The pair look immaculate in their school uniforms, but they also exude a more relaxed atmosphere as they sit side by side and share their worries.

Do Woo Jae is also in a two-year relationship with Kang Jae Yi (Yeonwoo). In the stills, Do Woo Jae’s logical and reserved mentality as he calmly listens to the lecture is juxtaposed with Kang Jae Yi’s fiery personality and bright smile. In another photo, Do Woo Jae gently pats Kang Jae Yi’s back when she looks sullen, while the final photo shows her sweetly feeding him some food during a picnic. Known as the official school couple, they are expected to bring more exciting and relatable moments to the drama.

“Live On” premieres on November 17 at 9:30 p.m. KST and will be available with English subtitles on Viki.

In the meantime, check out a teaser for the drama below!

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