‘Suspicious Partner’: Relationship Chart Hints Complicated Love Triangles, PD Praises Nam Ji Hyun & Ji Chang Wook For Their Portrayals In The Drama
“Suspicious Partner” is about to release on May 10, but the hype is already all over the place. Besides Ji Chang Wook’s marvelous acting, the drama promises an exhilarating storyline with complicated love triangles that will make everyone hooked to the drama.
“Suspicious Partner” has released several stills to keep everyone excited. Korea Portalmentioned lead actor, Ji Chang Wook dominates in some of the stills in a seemingly romantic circumstance, which turns out to be a possible heartbreaking scene in the drama.
The complicated love story among characters is one of the things that would create the tension in the drama. Recently, Soompijust hinted “Suspicious Partner” will make every viewer on the edge of their seats for a tangled love triangles. Through a relationship chart, it was hinted that the story will revolve around No Jin Wook (Ji Chang Wook) and Eun Bong Hee (Nam Ji Hyun).
Nam Ji Hyun’s character will develop heated relationships with her ex-boyfriend Jang Hee Joon (2PM’s Chansung), Na Ji Hye (Kim Ye Won), and Cha Yoo Jung (Nara), who happens to be No Jin Wook’s ex-girlfriend. It will be exciting to watch how the story unfolds between Eun Bong Hee, No Jin Wook, and Cha Yoo Jung.
Meanwhile, “Suspicious Partner” PD, Park Sun Ho, stated he’s optimistic about the outcome of the rom-com drama. He even expressed his compliments to lead stars Ji Chang Wook and Nam Ji Hyun for their marvelous portrayal in the drama. The PD said Nam Ji Hyun has successfully taken on her positive energy to match her character’s personality.
“From the beginning, Nam Ji Hyun has brought their lovable personality into the life of her character, Eun Bong Hee. I’m 100% satisfied with her portrayal of the character, and I’m sure everyone will be too when they watch her collaborate with Ji Chang Wook in the drama,” said Park Sun Ho. SBS “Suspicious Partner” will air its premiere episode on May 10 at 10 p.m. KST. Be sure not to miss it!