Actress Nam Ji Hyun, who did a terrific job as the teenage version of main lead Deokman in 'Queen Seon Deok', sure is a lucky gal as she will be forming a love triangle with ZE:A's Hyungsik and Seo Kang Jun in new KBS 2TV weekend drama, 'What's With This Family'!
Hyungsik will be playing the hopeless younger brother, Cha Dal Bong, of the female lead played by Kim Hyun Joo. Although troublesome to the family, he is good-natured and compassionate. Hyungsik said, "More than anything, I am really happy that I get to act with good senior actors. I am thinking of doing my best as an actor. I thank the director and writer for giving me a role with gravitas, and as much as I feel burdened, I feel an equally huge ambition to do well."
Nam Ji Hyun will be playing Kang Seo Wool, an outgoing person with a pure heart. In order to meet the Seoul boy who saved her life twelve years ago, she thoughtlessly came to Seoul. Nam Ji Hyun said, "I feel burdened as there is a lot I need to learn and prepare, but I am grateful and happy that I can do it and learn with long-time seniors. I will consider it as a chance to go from child to adult actress and work hard."
Seo Kang Jun will be playing Yoon Eun Ho, who is a sweet guy complete with manners and wit. He is also the owner of a restaurant, who does not have to work hard to hard to do well at anything thanks to his good genes. After meeting Seo Wool, more and more he becomes interested in her and his playful lifestyle grows sincere. The actor likewise showed his thanks to the director and writer and relayed how it was an honor to work with senior actors. He said, "I will work hard and try my best to prepare to meet the audience with a developed self as well as a different self from previous productions through the cynical yet happy-go-lucky Yoo Eun Ho."
The three will get into a love triangle from the connection that formed starting from the situation twelve years ago that convinces Seo Wool to come to Seoul in present time to find that special boy once again. It will replace 'Very Good Days' on August 16.