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‘Chicago Typewriter’ to air in April, starring Yoo Ah-in, Im Soo-jung, Go Kyung-pyo

  • Published : Mar 6, 2017 - 16:01
  • Updated : Mar 6, 2017 - 16:01

“Chicago Typewriter,” an upcoming fantasy romance-comedy drama from tvN, is slated to hit TV screens in April.

The cable network released a teaser video on Saturday, in which an old typewriter is seen typing out the names of the screenwriter and the producer.

Hype began to build up around the drama in the early stages of production as Jin Soo-wan, who penned hit dramas such as “Moon Embracing the Sun” in 2012 and “Kill Me, Heal Me” in 2015, is behind the new TV series.

(Herald DB)
“Chicago Typewriter” tells the story of writers who lived in the 1930s, when Korea was under Japanese colonial rule. The characters are reborn as a best-selling writer in a slump (Yoo Ah-in), the ghostwriter behind him (Go Kyung-pyo) and a hater (Im Soo-jung).

The drama is directed by Kim Cheol-kyu, known for “Hwang Jini” with Kwak Si-yang and Jo Woo-jin also featuring in the star-studded cast.

By Kim So-yeon (syk19372@heraldcorp.com)