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‘Love Cell’ Starring Kim Woo Bin, Jang Hyuk and More Releases First Preview

Mwave by Lee Ji Young Oct 16, 2014 11:02 Updated Dec 20, 2017 14:03
The preview for Love Cell has been released.

Having gathered attention with its star cast, with Jang Hyuk, Kim Woo Bin, Kim Yoo Jung, Park Sun Ho, 4Minute’s Nam Ji Hyun, Baek Sung Hyun and more, the web drama Love Cell released the preview featuring the story of ‘Ma Dae Chung’ (Park Sun Ho), who has never had a girlfriend in his life.

With Jang Hyuk and Kim Woo Bin catching attention with their charisma, Kim Yoo Jung, Park Sun Ho, Nam Ji Hyun and Baek Sung Hyun’s acting has also been increasing anticipation for Love Cell.
The preview video, which is 1 minute and 25 seconds long, starts off with God of ‘love cell,’ (Kim Woo Bin) saying, ‘There will be no more love relationship in your life’ followed by ‘love cell’ cat Nevi (Kim Yoo Jung) making appearance in front of ‘love dummy’ Ma Dae Chung (Park Sun Ho).

With romance unfolding between the cat, Ma Dae Chung, goddess Seo Rin (Nam Ji Hyun) and charming hallyu star Chun Ji Woon (Baek Sung Hyun), other fantastical elements bring focus to the screen.

The text that says ‘Is our love cell doing well?’ predicts four men and women’s search for love, increasing expectation for a fantastic rom-com to captivate the netizens this fall.

The production team of Love Cell stated, “You will be able to experience a drama with a big impact through the web, so please anticipate.”

Love Cell is based on the webtoon series of the same name, which was published through Naver from July of 2010 to March of 2012 and it is a fantasy romantic comedy about love cell cat ‘Nevi’ tutoring ‘Ma Dae Chung’ for him to begin a relationship with top star ‘Seo Rin.’

The first episode is set to air through Naver TV Cast on November 3.

Photo credit: Love Cell
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