Sooyoung And Yoon Bak Are Energetic, Supportive, And Cheerful Behind The Scenes Of

“Fanletter, Please” has released heartwarming stills of the cast on set!

MBC’s “Fanletter, Please” is a romantic comedy starring Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung as Han Kang Hee, an A-list actress who winds up facing the greatest crisis of her career. Yoon Bak stars as Han Kang Hee’s first love Bang Jung Suk, a devoted single father whose young daughter is battling leukemia. In order to protect the pure heart of his daughter, who is a huge fan of Han Kang Hee, he winds up writing fake replies to her fan letters to the actress.

As the main duo’s chemistry garners more and more interest for the drama, MBC has unveiled sweet behind-the-scenes photos that capture the cast’s teamwork!

In between takes, Sooyoung and Yoon Bak consistently focus on their scripts. While rehearsing together, the duo is full of jokes and laughs, proving that their chemistry is just as exciting when the cameras aren’t rolling.

Additionally, both lead actors have warmed hearts with their sweet relationships with child actress Shin Yeon Woo, who plays Yoon Bak’s daughter. From across the room, Sooyoung is caught smiling happily at Shin Yeon Woo while Yoon Bak diligently helps the young actress review her script.

The production team of “Fanletter, Please” commented, “Both Choi Sooyoung and Yoon Bak are atmosphere-makers on our filming set. They always take care of their staff members first, and given that they have many scenes with child actors, they each make special efforts to take care of them first and grow closer. Thanks to these two actors, it was inevitable for this filming set to became one that was always lively and cheerful.”

The next episode of four-part series “Fanletter, Please” will air on November 25 at 9:50. On the following day, the fourth and final episode will air at 9:35 p.m. KST.

While waiting, watch the first episode here:

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