Drama: I Haven’t Done My Best Yet
Native Title: 아직 최선을 다하지 않았을 뿐
Also Known As: I Just Haven’t Done My Best Yet , Ajik Choisuneul Dahaji Anatseul Bbun , Ajig Choeseoneul Anhasseul Ppun
Director: Im Tae Woo
Screenwriter: Park Eun Young, Park Hee Kwon
Country: South Korea
Airs: Feb 18, 2022 – Jun 3, 2022
Airs On: Friday
Original Network: tvN
Duration: 60 min.
Park Hae Joon,Kim Do Wan,Kim Gab Soo,Park Jung Yeon,Park Ji Young,Park Jung Eon
Teabing’s original ‘I just haven’t done my best yet’ released two teaser posters.
Teabing’s original ‘I just haven’t done my best yet’ (directed by Im Tae-woo, screenplayed by Park Hee-kwon, Park Eun-young, produced by How Pictures, Megabox JoongAng Plus M, Studio Flow, JTBC Studio) is a voluntary white singer in the 44th spring, dreaming of becoming a webtoon writer and creating her own story. It’s a funny story about challenging the ‘newborn’ at speed. Director Im Tae-woo of ‘The Street of Yuna’, who has produced many fans who claim to be life dramas by portraying alienated outsiders with a warm gaze, took on the directing role. In addition, writer Park Hee-kwon of the movie ‘The Cold’ and writer Park Eun-young of ‘Our Happy Hour’ will co-write once again after the drama ‘The Third Charm’.Based on the original Japanese manga of the same name, which has many fans in Korea, actor Park Hae-joon took on the role of ‘Nam Geum-pil’, the main character. With the filmography of the production team alone, it is expected that another well-made work will be created that smells of people who are enduring this era.
The two teaser posters released on the 21st feature Nam Geum-pil (Park Hae-joon), an icon of the ‘spiritual victory’ of this era, who has reached his 44th spring. As a father in his 40s who wiped out the company without any measures and became an aspiring cartoonist in the name of an aspiring cartoonist, he lived a rough life, saying, ‘I just didn’t do my best’ despite any failure. After casting the impulsive ‘throwing of resignations’ that no one can do, he is steadfastly overcoming the hardships of his father ‘Nam Dong-Jin’ (Kim Gap-Soo) and daughter ‘Nam Sang-A’ (Park Jeong-Yeon), who live together. After discovering that a neighborhood white-boy who looked similar to him is a webtoon writer with a salary of billions of dollars, he decides to become a cartoonist with a strong belief that his ‘bruising’ can be sublimated into art.
The teaser poster clearly captures the identity of the work that deals with the funny reality of voluntary white beasts along with the character of ‘Nam Geum-pil’, arousing curiosity and anticipation for the story to be unfolded at the same time. He became a white man in his 40s, but in the mind of the always imposing man, Geumpil, there is room for “I just haven’t done my best yet”. Despite his determined determination to become a cartoonist, he has no countermeasures for his daily routine of ‘laying down’, but his optimistic and carefree personality can be seen. Just looking at the faces of the father and daughter looking at him worriedly, a deep ‘sigh’ seems to be supported by voice.
What catches the eye in this poster is the great transformation of actor Park Hae-jun. In the drama ‘The World of the Married’, a national affair man who left a syndrome-level line called ‘Falling in love is not a sin’, which provoked the anger of the whole nation, or a rare villain who appeared in the movie ‘Solo’. It showed the essence of ‘muffling’ to the extent that you thought, ‘Is that actor right?’ Park Hae-joon’s comical acting, which already bursts laughter with just the face and expression that ‘attached’ to the character, is expected.