Drama: Record of Youth
Revised romanization: Chungchungirok
Director: Ahn Gil-Ho
Writer: Ha Myung-Hee
Release Date: September 7, 2020
Runtime: Monday & Tuesday 21:00
Country: South Korea
CAST: Park Bo Gum as Sa Hye Joon, Park So Dam as Ahn Jung Ha, Byeon Woo Seok as Won Hae Hyo, Kwon Soo Hyun, Ha Hee Ra, Park Soo Young, Han Jin Hee, Lee Jae Won, Shin Ae Ra, Seo Sang Won, Jo Yoo Jung, Jung Min Sung, Park Sung Yun, Jang Yi Jung, Shin Dong Mi, Lee Chang Hoon, Park Se Hyun, Im Ki Hong, Park Mi Hyun, Yang So Min, Im Jae Ha, Jo Ji Seung
PLOT: This is a drama about the growth record of young people who strive to achieve their dreams and love without despair in a generation where dreams have become a luxury and the passionate record of young people who beeline for their dreams in their own way, presenting excitement and empathy.
Sa Hye Joon is smart and handsome. He is a nice guy and a popular model, but what he really wants is to become an actor. He has auditioned for many acting roles, but hasn’t found success yet. Unfortunately, Sa Hye Joon doesn’t have much presence as an actor. Meanwhile, Ahn Jung Ha works as a make up artist. Bright and cheerful on the outside but lonely on the inside, Jung Ha takes out her stress and frustrations by fan-girling over idols.
Drama info and poster from MyDramaList
You can watch on Netflix or Dramacool
Park Bogum enlisted a week ago and left us with this drama (he did a Yook Sungjae on me tsss). So far, I like it! The awkward-but-its-working-for-me chemistry between Park Bogum and Park Sodam is nice to watch. Also, “Record of Youth” has taken No. 1 in its time slot for Monday-Tuesday dramas when it premiered.