Squee! Still cuts have been revealed for the full cast of Nice Guy and while they don’t say much, I’m excited because I see my new-found favorite among the cast- Lee Sang-yeob. My excitement has reached new heights for this drama. Mount Everest, anyone?
A man who gave up everything for love, Kang Maru (Song Joong-ki).
Young Maru, who protects little Choco.
A woman overcome by fateful love, Seo Eun-gi (Moon Chae-won).
A woman who tried to live a new life using Maru’s sacrifice as a stepping stone, Han Jae-hee (Park Si-yeon).
Taesan Group lawyer, Park Jun-ha (Lee Sang-yeob).
This is Lee Sang-yeob. Hee! Many of you might not be familiar with him because he really hasn’t had a breakout role yet, but he debuted in 2007 and has appeared in plenty of dramas since, like Midas and Miss Ripley. Sadly, I have never watched any of his dramas except the most recent I Live in Cheongdam-dong which, if you are following me on Twitter, know I have been raving about like a mad woman. He’s also already done a project with Song Joong-ki, the movie Penny-Pinching Romance. Anyway, Lee Sang-yeob plays Park Jun-ha in Nice Guy, who is in love with Moon Chae Won’s character and becomes her guardian angel. His character is described as a warm and gentle guy, which means that I get to see lots of Lee Sang-yeob smiling and being sweet. Oh boy, do I love his smile. He lights up a room and my heart with his smile.
Taesan Group lawyer, Ahn Min-young (Park Tae-hoon).
Maru’s friend, Park Jae-gil (Lee Kwang-soo).
Maru’s half-sister, Choco (Lee Yoo-bi).
Little Choco, who stopped crying if you gave her chocolate. (Is that why she is named Choco?)
Nice Guy airs in September after Gaksital. *Giddy dance*