Kang Min Ah, Park Ji Hoon, And More Enjoy A Fun And Eventful College Festival In “At A Distance Spring Is Green”

The students of Myungil University will be enjoying their school festival in the next episode of “At a Distance Spring is Green”!

Starring Park Ji Hoon, Kang Min Ah, and Bae In Hyuk, “At a Distance Spring is Green” is a college campus drama about the realistic concerns and love lives of university students.


Previously, Yeo Joon (Park Ji Hoon), Kim So Bin (Kang Min Ah), and Nam Soo Hyun (Bae In Hyuk) showcased great teamwork and successfully wrapped up their group project despite the hindrance caused by their other team members. They became good friends after experiencing the turbulent group project together. Meanwhile, Gong Mi Joo (Woo Davi) found out that her unrequited love Nam Soo Hyun was a long-time friend of her roommate Wang Young Ran (CLC’s Eunbin) and someone special to her.

In the new stills, the students are all enjoying Myungil University’s festival in their own ways. Yeo Joon and Kim So Bin give off a romantic vibe as they run a bar together, while Nam Soo Hyun and Gong Mi Joo have run into each other once more. Wang Young Ran is showing off her super strength, and Hong Chan Gi (Choi Jung Woo) has transformed into a female fortuneteller.

Amidst the cheerful atmosphere of the fun festival, some of the students will be discovering that their feelings are not reciprocated by the person they like. It remains to be seen if Gong Mi Joo will confess to Nam Soo Hyun when she runs into him at the festival and win him over before Wang Young Ran does. There is keen interest on the actions Hong Chan Gi will take due to his disappointment that his childhood friend Kim So Bin is growing distant from him because of Yeo Joon.

The radiant energy at the festival will abruptly turn serious when something critical happens. Curiosity is mounting over the new events that will take place during the day of celebration and the crisis that will bring the festive atmosphere to a sudden halt.

The producers of the drama explained, “We hope viewers will also feel happiness from the way the youths laugh and enjoy their time at the festival, which is like the peak of spring on the school campus. Changes in relationships and emotions will surface and unravel more exciting developments.”

Episode 7 of “At a Distance Spring is Green” airs July 5 at 9:30 p.m. KST.

Catch up on the drama below!

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