Cha Eun-woo rejects Park Gyu-young in new ‘A Good Day to Be a Dog’ teaser

Also starring Park Gyu-young and Lee Hyun-woo

South Korean TV network MBC has released a trailer for its upcoming drama A Good Day to Be a Dog, starring ASTRO‘s Cha Eun-woo.

A Good Day to Be a Dog is based on the Naver webtoon of the same name. Aside from ASTRO’s Cha Eun-woo, the show will also star Park Gyu-young (Netflix’s Celebrity) and Lee Hyun-woo (Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area).

The K-drama will follow a young woman named Han Hae-na with a family curse that causes her to turn into a dog whenever she is kissed. The curse can only be broken with second kiss, specifically from Jin Seo-won, who is afraid of dogs.


In the new trailer, Hae-na approaches her co-worker Seo-won asking him to get a drink together, but he coldly rejects her, leaving her wondering what she has done wrong. However, Seo-won pulls Hae-na under an umbrella with him in a later scene, saying: “It’s not because I dislike you. I’m sorry if I made you misunderstand.”

A Good Day to Be a Dog is set to premiere October 11, with new episodes airing every Wednesday on MBC.

“As a refreshing rom-com, A Good Day to Be a Dog has a suitable story and charming characters that will captivate viewers on a weekday night, so we confidently decided on the broadcast schedule of airing once a week,” the TV network said, as translated by Soompi.

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