Lee Moo Saeng Transforms Into An Industrious CEO Who Becomes A Gentleman In Front Of Jeon Mi Do For “Thirty-Nine”

JTBC’s upcoming Wednesday-Thursday drama “Thirty-Nine” shared its first glimpse of Lee Moo Saeng in character!

“Thirty-Nine” is about three friends who met in their second year of high school and are now on the verge of turning 40. The drama will tell the beautiful and emotional everyday stories of three 39-year-old women who encounter unforeseen circumstances in their lives.

Son Ye Jin plays Cha Mi Jo, the head dermatologist of a clinic in Gangnam. Jeon Mi Do takes the role of Jung Chan Young, an acting teacher who previously dreamed of becoming an actress, and Kim Ji Hyun stars as Jang Joo Hee, a department store cosmetics manager.

In “Thirty-Nine,” Lee Moo Saeng will turn into Kim Jin Seok, the CEO of Champ Entertainment. He is a gentle and caring man who has a calm and serious personality. He was once called the “Son of Cheongdam” because of his wealthy family environment, and he achieved success as the chairman of the leading entertainment agency in Korea.

In particular, when he goes to meet Cha Mi Jo at an alumni association, he will fall in love at first sight with Jung Chan Young. The two characters will get entangled up in a relationship that eventually blossoms into romance.

Newly released stills from the upcoming drama capture Kim Jin Seok’s charms. When he’s at work, he’s nothing but cold and level-headed, but when he’s with the woman he loves, he turns into a total sweetheart. In one photo, he sharply watches his actor’s performance at a film set, but in the other two photos, his expression is filled with warmth and affection as he gazes at the person sitting across from him.

To find out more about Kim Jin Seok’s romance with Jung Chan Young, make sure to tune in to the premiere of “Thirty-Nine,” which will air on February 16 at 10:30 p.m. KST. Watch a teaser here!

In the meantime, watch Lee Moo Saeng in “The Crowned Clown“:

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