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Kang Ji-young, Ex-Kara member, appears in JTBC’s new drama “Sweetmunchies


15:18 | 27/05/2020

Kang Ji-young, Ex-Kara member, appears in JTBC’s new drama “Sweetmunchies, Korean TV Series After 5 Years in Japan. 

kang ji young ex kara member appears in jtbcs new drama sweetmunchies
Kang Ji-young Appears in Korean TV Series

Kang Ji-young, a former member of the now-disbanded girl group Kara, wants to reboot her career as an actress in Korea with a new TV series on JTBC.

"Since it is my first project in Korea in five years, it is very meaningful to me. I'm lucky to get a starring role in the series," Kang said at a press event on Monday.

The first episode of the series aired on Monday. The romantic comedy is about young people who go through ups and downs in life and discover what is most important in their lives.

After making their debut in 2008, Kara enjoyed huge popularity both in Korea and Japan until they disbanded in 2014.

Kang then signed a contract with a Japanese management agency to work there as a singer and actress.

Kang Ji Young, ‘Night and Young’, starts directing challenge

In JTBC’s new drama, “Sweetmunchies,” Kang Ji Young played the role of Kim Ah Jin, a CK channel contract entertainer, PHD. Kim Ah Jin is a character united with a positive mind and passion.

In the first episode of ‘Sweetmunchies,’ aired on the 25th, a story was made for the directorial debut of PD Kim Ah Jin. Ah Jin, who hasn’t been sealed yet for the 4th year as an assistant director, may not know when it will be cut off.

On this day, Ah Jin submitted a program proposal that was created after long worries even in a harsh environment where even computers were not paid. However, he was criticized by the general manager Cha Joo-hee (Kim Soo-jin) at the dinner party, and all he had to say was his personality, so he made a debut on the condition that he was looking for a chef who would fit the program within 24 hours. He took the chance and led the play interestingly. He also raised his curiosity about the next episode by looking at Bistro’s chef Jin Sung (Jung Il Woo), who appeared as a savior at the moment just before giving up, with a complicated face.

Kang Ji Young showed stable acting and announced a successful start as Kim Ah Jin. It is a character that has a bright personality that can be shaken off with a delicious drink and a cool drink with lovely acting. And his youthful voice and action were enough to understand the character of Ah Jin’s churn. Also, at the moment of the crisis that continues to come, Ah Jin naturally expresses the unstable emotional changes and adds immersion.

Kang Jin Young, who showed off his character and high synchro rate, has high expectations for what kind of acting and performance he will play in ‘Sweetmunchies‘.

Meanwhile, JTBC’s new drama ‘Sweetmunchies,’ including Kang Ji Young, Jung Il Woo, Lee Hak Joo, and Kim Seung-Soo, will be aired twice at 9:30 on the 26th.

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