Lee Dong Wook, Im Soo Jung, And More Are Entangled With The Same Publishing Company In New Film

The upcoming film “Single in Seoul” has unveiled brand new stills!

“Single in Seoul” is a realistic romance story about a popular influencer who enjoys being alone and an editor-in-chief who hates being alone, and the events that unfold as they make a book on single life.

Lee Dong Wook will take on the role of Young Ho, a popular essay instructor and a popular influencer who enjoys being alone.

Im Soo Jung will play Hyun Jin, an editor-in-chief at a publishing company who hates being alone. Although she is very capable when it comes to her work, she can be klutzy in everyday life.

The first set of stills depicts Young Ho and Hyun Jin gradually growing closer to each other, making viewers look forward to the romance between the two singles who live completely different lives. In one still, Young Ho and Hyun Jin are captured facing each other against the backdrop of a traditional Korean palace, while in another still, they are captured sitting and facing each other against the backdrop of Namsan Mountain.

Another still captures writer Hong (Esom), a best-selling author who penned the book series “Single in the City,” while another photo depicts Jin Pyo (Jang Hyun Sung), the president of the publishing company Hyun Jin works at, sitting down with Hyun Jin and Young Ho. Furthermore, there is Kyung Ah (Kim Ji Young), a bookstore owner who sells flowers.

In the last still, Yoon Jung (Lee Mi Do), the mood maker of the publishing company, Byung Soo (Lee Sang Yi), the youngest publisher at the company, and Ye Ri (Ji Yi Soo), a designer at the publishing company, are captured sitting side by side and staring at the same place.

“Single in Seoul” will premiere in theaters on November 29.

While waiting, watch Lee Dong Wook in “Tale of the Nine-Tailed”:

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Also watch Im Soo Jung in “Search: WWW” below:

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