BY Julie Jones | Jun 04, 2015 02:22 PM EDT
Jang Na Ra and Seo In Guk look good together. Despite the age difference the 34-year-old actress and her 27-year-old co-star make an attractive couple in the stills that were released for their upcoming drama "I Remember You."
In the scenes that these photos capture their characters are probably still in the colleague stage. Their characters are both in the business of capturing criminals.
But the way they look at each other offers the potential for more than a work-based relationship.
Jang Na Ra plays the role of Chi Ji An. She is a smart and skilled detective with the Special Crime Investigation Team. She's a team player. Chi Ji An is good at her job even though a secret investigation of her own takes up some of her time. Her secret is that she is stalking someone.
Seo In Guk plays Lee Gyun, a criminal profiler with a criminal psychology degree. He worked as a crime consultant in New York before joining Ji An's team. He's a good judge of character in others. But he's not good at socializing or working with others. He's a loner.
These co-workers will solve cases, argue and probably fall in love. And if they find a way to cooperate they may even catch some criminals.
The drama's production company CJ E&M has described Seo and Jang as being a dream team and having great chemistry. The stills suggest as much.
Both actors have been busy lately. Jang Na Ra followed her role in "Fated To Love You" co-starring Jang Hyuk" with the drama Mr. Baek" featuring co-star Shin Ha Kyun.
Seo In Guk followed his role in "High School King of Savvy" with co-star Lee Ha Na by taking a leading role in "The King's Face" with Jo co-star Yoon Hee.
"I Remember You" also stars Lee Chun Hee as the leader of the team that Seo In Guk and Jang Nara belong to. Choi Won Young plays a forensic scientist. EXO's D.O. also appears in the early episodes as a memory.
Despite the criminals that need to be apprehended, it sounds like a fun comedy, especially if you consider who is working on the screenplay. Kwon Ki Young, who wrote "Protect The Boss" and "All About My Romance," is writing the screenplay for "I Remember You." Noh Sang Hoon, who directed "God of the Workplace," will direct the drama.
The drama begins June 22 after "Who Are You - School 2015."
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