Kim Jae Young Is A Chaebol Heir And A-List Star Who Wants Park Min Young To Be His Fake Wife In

tvN’s upcoming drama “Love in Contract” has shared a new glimpse of Kim Jae Young in character!

“Love in Contract” is a new romantic comedy about a service that provides fake wives for single people in need of partners to bring to social gatherings, such as school reunions and dinners for married couples.

Park Min Young will star as professional fake wife Choi Sang Eun, who finds herself caught between longtime client Jung Ji Ho (Go Kyung Pyo)—with whom she has a long-term exclusive contract for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays—and newcomer Kang Hae Jin (Kim Jae Young), who wants to sign a contract with her for Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Thursdays.

The youngest son of a chaebol family, Kang Hae Jin is a former idol who has become one of Korea’s most popular actors. Not only has he stolen hearts across the nation, but he is now a global superstar who is famous abroad as well. However, when a rumor begins to spread that puts the star in a tough spot, Kang Hae Jin turns to Choi Sang Eun looking for a fake marriage.

In newly released stills from the upcoming drama, Kang Hae Jin exudes the aura of a superstar as he goes about his everyday life in fashionable sunglasses. Since he needs to take good care of his skin on a daily basis, he can also be seen using eye masks while heading somewhere in a parking lot.

Finally, the actor seems as relaxed as ever while appearing on the news to promote one of his films in a stylish suit.

The producers of “Love in Contract” teased, “Kim Jae Young will display a wide variety of charms [in the drama]. Not only will he show off his character’s glamorous side as a celebrity, but also his unpredictable and mischievous charm.”

“In particular, Kim Jae Young will make viewers’ hearts flutter by displaying a lethal sexiness and the unexpected charm of a younger man who acts differently only around Park Min Young,” they continued. “Please look forward to his performance.”

“Love in Contract” premieres on September 21 at 10:30 p.m. KST and will be available with subtitles on Viki.

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

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