Watch: Lee Yoo Mi Is Straightforward In Her Efforts To Woo Ong Seong Wu In

JTBC’s “Strong Girl Namsoon” has unveiled a new teaser!

A spin-off of the hit drama “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon,” “Strong Girl Namsoon” is a comedy drama about three generations of women born with unbelievable strength as they uncover the truth behind the drug-related crimes that occur around Gangnam area.

Lee Yoo Mi takes on the role of Do Bong Soon’s second cousin Gang Nam Soon, an eccentric and lively person with amazing strength who flew from Mongolia to find her parents. Kim Jung Eun plays Gang Nam Soon’s mother Hwang Geum Joo, a money tycoon in Gangnam with a strong sense of justice. Finally, Kim Hae Sook portrays Gang Nam Soon’s maternal grandmother Gil Joong Gan, a living legend in the neighborhood of Majang.

The newly released teaser highlights Gang Nam Soon’s family’s secrets, which include their amazing strength as well as their romantic DNA. In addition to Gil Joong Gan who sends a wink to the handsome barista she sees for the first time, Gang Nam Soon straightforwardly approaches police officer Gang Hee Shik (Ong Seong Wu) by confessing, “You’re my style.” On top of all this, Hwang Geum Joo still pours in affection for her ex-husband.

Gang Hee Shik remarks, “It strangely feels like I’m being dragged around. But it’s not a bad feeling,” as the teaser previews Gang Nam Soon carrying Gang Hee Shik in her arms. Furthermore, when Gang Bong Go (Lee Seung Joon) sees Hwang Geum Joo with another man, he can’t help but tear up. Meanwhile, Seo Joon Hee (Jung Bo Suk) gets on one knee in the middle of the street to create a fairytale-like proposal. To these men, the three generation of women say, “Don’t worry because we will protect you.”

Check out the teaser below!

“Strong Girl Namsoon” is set to premiere on October 7 at 10:30 p.m. KST. Check out another teaser here!

Also watch “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon” here:

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