SBS’s upcoming Monday-Tuesday drama “Do You Like Brahms?” has released photos of the cast going through their first scr...
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SBS’s upcoming Monday-Tuesday drama “Do You Like Brahms?” has released photos of the cast going through their first script reading!
“Do You Like Brahms” will tell a story of love and dreams of classical music students, and will be the first SBS Monday-Tuesday drama in approximately two months. The script reading took place in April, and was attended by lead actors Park Eun Bin and Kim Min Jae, as well as Kim Sung Cheol, Park Ji Hyun, Lee Yoo Jin, Bae Da Bin, and more. They were also joined by PD (producing director) Jo Young Min and screenwriter Ryu Bo Ri.
Park Eun Bin will take on the role of Chae Song Ah, a fourth-year student majoring in violin who is seven years older than her fellow seniors. Although she started school later than most, her passion for playing the violin motivated her to pursue her dreams but she now feels confused about her future career and love life. Joining her is Kim Min Jae, playing the role of world-renowned pianist Park Joon Young. He is handsome and kind to others, while also hiding a deep pain and sadness that others don’t know about.
Surrounding the pair are Kim Sung Cheol as Han Hyun Ho, a cellist and longtime friend of Park Joon Young, Park Ji Hyun as violinist Lee Jung Kyung, Lee Yoo Jin is Chae Song Ah’s college orchestra club fried Lee Yoo Jin, and Bae Da Bin as Kang Min Sung. They are all set to delight viewers as youths navigating through dreams and reality, and love and friendship. Ye Soo Jung will play Na Moon Sook, the head of the Kyung Hoo Cultural Foundation, Seo Jeong Yeon as performance planner Cha Young In, Choi Dae Hoon as Park Sung Jae, and Joo Suk Tae as Yoo Tae Jin, Park Joon Young’s piano instructor.
The cast is said to have shown great chemistry throughout the script reading, with time flying by as they immersed in their roles. The actors are also said to be practicing how to handle their respective instruments in order to bring their characters to life. The production staff shared, “Right around late summer to early fall, ‘Do You Like Brahms?’ will great viewers. We will captivate viewers by blending classical musical with our drama’s unique charms and an exciting storyline. We hope people will tune in to enjoy the refreshing script, beautiful cinematography, and the actors’ hard work.”
“Do You Like Brahms?” will premiere on August 31.