October 24, 2022October 24, 2022
Chae Soo-bin and Min-ho make life and adore Fabulous
Netflix’s upcoming rom-com has come out with a new poster and video teaser, featuring The Fabulous quartet: Chae Soo-bin (Rookie Cops), Min-ho (Yumi’s Cells), Park Hee-jung, and Lee Sang-woon (Lovers of the Red Sky).
With our 4 leads chasing their dreams in the colorful planet of the style business, the story explores how the cogwheels perform with each other behind the scenes, from design and style to advertising and marketing and even photography and modeling itself. Adulting is not quick, of course – in any field – and we adhere to our characters as they navigate their careers as effectively as friendship and adore.
The newly released teaser starts by introducing the story and our characters: marketer Pyo Ji-eun (Chae Soo-bin), photographer Ji Woo-min (Min-ho), model Yeh Sun-ho (Park Hee-jung), and style designer Joseph (Lee Sang woon).
We also catch a glimpse of stylist Lee Mi-do (Rose Mansion), who has to temporarily ban our heroine due to a temperamental celeb. Ji-eun reflects on her troubles afterwards with her mates and even the well-known supermodel Sun-ho can relate, obtaining to face obstacles in her personal profession. As the saying goes (and fairly actually in the teaser), when it rains, it pours.
There is some silver in these clouds, although, and we move onto Ji-eun’s possible adore interests — Choi Won-myung (Greasy Melo) and Minkyu (Seasons of Blossom) – not to mention the strongest contender, Woo-min. The teaser then comes to a close with our 4 mates obtaining enjoyable and living life to the fullest.
Directed by PD Kim Jung-hyun (At a Distance, Spring Is Green) with scripts co-written by Kim Ji-hee and Im Jin-sun, Netflix drama The Fabulous will be launching subsequent month on November four.
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