Tomorrow Boy

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Tomorrow Boy
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Promotional poster
Written byPark Seon-jae
Directed byJang Eui-soon
Starring N
Kang Min-ah
Yoo Se-hyung
Moon Ji-in
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes5
Production
Running time18 minutes
Production company(s)National Credit Union Federation of Korea
WOWTV
ensource/With&Joy Entertainment
Distributor Naver TV Cast
Release
Original network Naver TV Cast
Original releaseMarch 28 
April 11, 2016
External links
Website
Production website

Tomorrow Boy (Korean : 투모로우 보이) is a 5-episode South Korean web drama starring N, Kang Min-ah, Yoo Se-hyung and Moon Ji-in. [1] Produced by the National Credit Union Federation of Korea (NACUFOK, or in local parlance, Sinhyeob (Korean : 신협)), it was aired on Naver TV Cast from March 28 to April 11, 2016 with five episodes. [2]

Contents

Synopsis

Ahn Tae-pyung (N) is the eldest among four orphaned siblings living with their grandmother (Moon Hyung-joo). He is a high school student but takes up part-time jobs and also sells ddeokbokki in order to clear his dead father's debts and to take care of his younger siblings and grandmother. During a robbery at a burger shop, he saves Ah-ra (Kang Min-ah) from being taken hostage. Since then Ah-ra, a rich girl from another school, has taken a liking for Tae-pyung. She would follow him whenever possible, would try to get his attention, and also try to impress him. The drama ends with Ah-ra trying to find out who is the guy whom Shin-young (Moon Ji-in), the credit union boss of Tae-pyung, is interested during Tae-pyung's birthday celebration at his house.

Cast

Main cast

Others

Original soundtracks

Track listing
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Do It"Yang.D ft. Heo Young Joo3:25
2."Do It" (Inst.)Yang.D ft. Heo Young Joo3:25
3."Day By Day"Yang.D ft. Heo Young Joo3:37
4."Day By Day" (Inst.)Yang.D ft. Heo Young Joo3:37
5."Oh My Shine"Heo Young Joo3:00
6."Oh My Shine" (Inst.)Heo Young Joo3:00

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References

  1. Kim Hye-in (February 17, 2016). "VIXX's N confirmed for new web-drama 'Tomorrow Boy'". StarN News. Retrieved July 12, 2016.
  2. "신협, 금융社 첫 웹드라마 <투모로우보이> 제작방영 (NACUFOK's first web drama "Tomorrow Boy" to broadcast soon)". National Credit Union Federation of Korea. March 31, 2016. Retrieved December 2, 2016.