Watch: Krystal And Kim Jae Wook Foreshadow An Unpredictable Romance In Teaser For Upcoming Drama
A new teaser for the upcoming KBS 2TV drama “Crazy Love” (literal title) has been released!
“Crazy Love” is a sweet yet savage and chaotic romance story about a rude but skilled instructor who receives a death threat and his terminally ill secretary. Recently, the drama announced that it will be premiering on March 7 at 9:30 p.m. KST.
Kim Jae Wook stars as Noh Go Jin, a narcissistic character who is the CEO of the education company GOTOP and the top math instructor in the country with an IQ of 190. One day, he suddenly finds out that his murder is being planned.
Krystal plays Lee Shin Ah, Noh Go Jin’s secretary who does not have much of a presence. She is a hard-working and responsible employee but is extremely quiet and introverted. Lee Shin Ah manages the struggle of being Noh Go Jin’s secretary for over a year, but her life takes an unexpected turn when she finds out that she does not have much time to live.
The new teaser reveals keywords about the two characters. First off, Noh Go Jin appears looking sharp with round glasses. The caption describes him as a math genius with an IQ of 190. Next, he fans himself with several bills as he shoots the camera an arrogant look. His voiceover comments, “One who is crazy about money.” Noh Go Jin roars like a fierce lion as the words “Crazy scumbag of a CEO” flash across the screen.
Lee Shin Ah looks completely frightened as she shrinks in panic, and the caption reads, “His prey.” She seems so discouraged that she can’t even straighten her shoulders properly, making it possible to guess how much she has suffered under Noh Go Jin. However, there’s a chilling twist when she suddenly gives an eerie smile as she holds up a hammer. Her voiceover says, “One who is crazy about revenge.” The next description that pops up on the screen teases that she’s a secretary who is more than meets the eye.
Check out the teaser below!
While you’re waiting for the premiere, watch Kim Jae Wook in “Her Private Life“: