Dream dramatization “The School Nurse Files,” featuring Jung Yu-mi and Nam Joo-hyuk, is coming to Netflix in September.
The streaming mammoth affirmed that its Korean unique arrangement will debut in more than 190 nations on Sept. 25. This is one of the most awaited Korean shows that everyone is waiting for.
In view of a novel of a similar name, Jung plays Ahn Eun-youthful, a secondary school nurture with the otherworldly capacity to see jam like substances that are undetectable to every other person.
The jam like masses are delivered when old style Chinese instructor Hong In-pyo (played by Nam Joo-hyuk) inadvertently breaks their control seal in the school’s cellar.
The two face upsetting circumstances at the school and hold hands to spare understudies from mass assaults.
The arrangement is coordinated by Lee Kyoung-mi, who has made movies including “Pulverize and Blush” (2008) and “The Truth Beneath” (2016). The contents will be composed by Chung Se-rang, the top of the line creator who composed the first novel.
“In the arrangement, I’d prefer to pass on a pressure between two unpracticed educators, which will be depicted as sort of silly,” Lee stated, including that Ahn and Hong’s relationship is commonly helpful.
Jung made her introduction in “How to Operate a Polaroid Camera” in 2004, and has showed up in a wide cluster of dramatizations and movies, including KBS’ “Revelation of Love” (2014) and zombie blockbuster “Train to Busan” (2016). In June, she was granted best entertainer at Daejong Film Awards for her presentation in “Kim Ji-youthful, Born 1982” (2019).
Nam, who rose to distinction through tvN’s “Cheddar in the Trap” and MBC’s “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo” in 2016, is ready to star nearby Bae Suzy in tvN’s new arrangement “Startup,” which will debut in October.