Park Min-young to star in romantic comedy 'MonWedFriTuesThursSat'
Actor Park Min-young's new romantic comedy "MonWedFriTuesThursSat" (translated) is set to air next month, according to the show's broadcaster tvN on Tuesday.
“MonWedFriTuesThursSat” is about the operators and the clients of a matchmaking business that provides single people with temporary partners to bring to public events such as school reunions or other gatherings.
Park plays the "marriage master" named Sang-eun. Her character has the seeming perfect image of a working woman, successfully balancing her work life with her private life. She has her own know-how on living life as an unmarried woman in modern society, which is how she helps her clients in the matchmaking business.
Co-star Go Kyung-pyo will take on the role of Ji-ho, a longtime client of Sang-eun's matchmaking service.
The series is directed by Nam Sung-woo who is best known for creating series such as MBC's "Kkondae Intern" (2020) and tvN's "My Roommate is a Gumiho" (2021).
"MonWedFriTuesThursSat" will premiere on Sept. 21 at 10:30 p.m.
Park debuted as an actor in 2006 through an MBC sitcom "High Kick!" She is best known for her performances in "Sungkyunkwan Scandal" (2010), "City Hunter" (2011), "What's Wrong with Secretary Kim" (2018) and "Forecasting Love and Weather" (2022).
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