Park Bo-gum’s newest drama, “Record of Youth” will be streaming on Netflix. The streaming company confirmed that they have exclusive rights to stream the drama at the latter half of this year.
The series also stars Park So-dam and BYeon Woo-seok. It is directed by An Gil-ho, who has a solid track record with “Stranger,” “Memories of Alhambra” and “Watcher.” The series is written by Ha Myeong-hee. She has penned many heart-warming stories grounded in realistic settings, including “Doctors” and “Temperature of Love.”
Bo-gum (“Encounter,” “Reply 1988,” “Love in the Moonlight”) will play Sa Hye-jun. The character is a pragmatic and ambitious young man. He is an aspiring model/actor juggling idealism with the reality of everyday life. He has an optimistic and amiable personality that is well balanced out by an objective and flexible sense of judgment.
Sense of self
So-dam (“Parasite,” “Cinderella with Four Knights”), with her commanding onscreen presence, will play An Jeong-ha. She is an aspiring makeup artist and a smart young woman with a strong sense of self. With inherent wit and hard work, she follows her own path and finds security in her own unwavering resolve under external pressures.
Byeon Woo-seok (“Dear My Friends,” “Search: WWW”) plays Sa Hye-jun’s best friend Won Hae-hyo who wants to prove himself through hard work. He is friendly and gentle, but competitive. He gives his utmost effort to the things he cares deeply about. He cannot stand being brushed off just because he was born into a life of privilege.
“Record of Youth,” produced by Studio Dragon and Pan Entertainment (“Winter Sonata,” “The Moon Embracing the Sun,” “Fight for My Way” and “When the Camellia Blooms”), will premiere exclusively on Netflix outside Korea, while in Korea, tvN has the show’s first-window broadcast rights.