The highly-anticipated webtoon-based drama “Moon in the Day” has dropped a new poster!
Based on a hit webtoon, “Moon in the Day” tells a chilling and heartbreaking love story that spans 1,500 years. Moving back and forth between the past and present, the drama will follow a man for whom time has stopped and a woman who “flows like a river.”
Kim Young Dae will take on the dual roles of Han Jun Oh, a well-known top star in Korea, and Do Ha, an elite noble of the Silla Dynasty. After experiencing a car crash, Han Jun Oh’s body is possessed by Do Ha’s soul who has a completely different personality from Jun Oh.
Pyo Ye Jin will also play the dual roles of Kang Young Hwa, a firefighter-turned-bodyguard, and Ha Ni Ta, the sole survivor of a noble family from Daegaya (a city-state) in the Silla Dynasty. Kang Young Hwa’s life completely changes after saving top star Han Jun Oh from a car crash on the day they were filming a public service advertisement together.
The newly released poster captures Kang Young Hwa and Do Ha facing each other against the backdrop of a city in the modern time. Although Kang Young Hwa is dressed in modern clothing, her shadow appears to be wearing a hanbok (Korean traditional clothing), alluding to her identity as the reincarnation of Ha Ni Ta. Meanwhile, Do Ha, who is wearing a traditional men’s gown, stares at her directly with his coat hem fluttering. The text that reads, “While I am stuck here, you are flowing ceaselessly,” expresses the situation of Do Ha who is tied up in the past while longing for a past lover who broke his heart.
“Moon in the Day” is set to premiere on October 25 at 9 p.m. KST and will be available on Dramacool. Stay tuned!