Krystal Jung and Kim Jae Wook confirmed to star in new romance drama Crazy Love

South Korean actors Kim Jae Wook and Krystal Jung are all set to share screen for their upcoming romance drama. On October 12, it was officially announced that the actors will be co-starring in the romance drama Crazy Love.

Kim Jae Wook is confirmed to play Noh Go Jin, a narcissistic character who is the CEO of the education company GOTOP and the top math instructor in the country with an IQ of 190. One day, he suddenly finds out that his murder is being planned, whereas f(x)’s Krystal will take on the role of Lee Shin Ah, Noh Go Jin’s secretary without much of a presence. She is a hard-working and responsible employee but is extremely quiet and introverted. She manages the struggle of being Noh Go Jin’s secretary for over a year, but her life takes an unexpected turn when she finds out that she doesn’t have much time to live.

According to Soompi, the drama’s production team shared, “We recently concluded script reading practice, and filming will begin soon. We will present a wildly romantic drama that meets viewers’ expectations.”

Crazy Love will be directed by Kim Jung Hyun of Jugglers, My Fellow Citizens, and Awaken, and it will be written by Kim Bo Gyeom. The drama is set to air in the first half of next year as a Monday-Tuesday drama on KBS2 and via the streaming platform iQIYI internationally.

On the work front, Kim Jae Wook was last in 2019 drama Her Private Life opposite Park Min Young. However, Krystal was recently featured in the drama Police University.

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