Jang Geun Suk and Girls' Generation's Sooyoung to play leads in KakaoTV’s 'Accidental Country Diary' | Business Upturn

Jang Geun Suk and Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung to play leads in KakaoTV’s ‘Accidental Country Diary’

ang Geun Suk and Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung will be playing the lead roles as Han Ji-yul and Ahn Ja-young respectively in the upcoming romance drama ‘Accidental Country Diary’.


Girls’ Generation’s member Choi Soo-young has is all set to appear in the Kakao TV drama ‘Somehow Country Diary,’ as per the reports released by Pinkvilla. ‘Accidental Country Dairy’ tells the story of a veterinarian who is thrown into a rural village the size of a palm overnight, meets a police officer there, adjusts to country life, and gradually falls in love.

Choi Soo-young portrays Ahn Ja-young, a police officer assigned to the Heedong-ri police station. If something bad happens to someone, he’ll be there to help. He is a gifted worker. He is not afraid of doing things he has never done before, nor is he excited about visiting places he has never visited before. Jang Geun-suk plays Han Ji-yul, a veterinarian at a veterinary hospital.

This will mark the singer and actress, Choi Soo-Youngs’s latest drama after she played the characters in Naver TV’s ‘So I Married an Anti Fan’ and JTBC’s ‘Run On’. Jang Geun Suk was discharged from the mandatory military enlistment in May 2020 and since then he has been on a break from activities. The show will mark his comeback after the discharge. He previously has been seen in dramas like ‘Love Rain’, ‘The Royal Gambler’, ‘Switch: Change the World’. ‘Beethoven Virus’, ‘You’re Beautiful’ and ‘Bel Ami’.


Choi Soo-young who is a member of the popular K-Pop group Girls’ Generation since 2007 made her acting debut with ‘Unstoppable Marriage’. Although, she got a breakthrough from the role she performed in the show ‘My Blooming Days’. Besides this, she has appeared in dramas such as ’38 Task Force,’ ‘People You May Know,’ ‘Man in the Kitchen,’ ‘Run On,’ and ‘So I Married An Anti Fan.’