Im Soo Jung recently revealed her thoughts about her new drama "Chicago Typewriter" and her co-star Yoo Ah In. The actress made a comeback on the small screen with the tvN's new drama Friday-Saturday drama "Chicago Typewriter" after 13 years and will soon be featured as the cover model for the May edition of fashion magazine InStyle.
According to Soompi, she said, "When an actor meets a drama or a movie, it's like meeting a lover. I agree to work on it only when I get the right feel from it. The moment I read the script for 'Chicago Typewriter,' I wanted to do it. That's how interesting and fresh the story and characters are."
The drama is about a famous author who is struggling with writer's block. Yoo Ah-in plays the character of a bestselling author who, at the age of 21, turns out to be a brilliant writer but presently suffering from a severe writer's block and cannot write a single word. The editor suggests him to take a ghostwriter which is played by Go Kyung-pyo.
Im Soo-jung plays the role of a literary buff and was once a huge fan of Yoo Ah-in's works but ended up being his biggest critic because of some incidents.
Im Soo Jung in accordance with her character in the drama revealed, "I've always been a fan of Yoo Ah In."
She further said, "He fits his character so well that I can't imagine anyone else playing that role, and I'm sure viewers feel the same way as well. Being on set is fun too. Although Han Se Joo has a cold personality, sometimes he can be cute and funny. The scenes where Han Se Joo and Jeon Seol appear together are especially fun. I like how we interact with each other."
The story of the upcoming series revolves around the writers who are being fed through a typewriter.