MBC’s “A Good Day to Be a Dog” has unveiled a new relationship chart teasing the relationship between the characters!

    Based on a webtoon, “A Good Day to Be a Dog” is a fantasy romance drama about Han Hae Na (Park Gyu Young), a woman who is cursed to transform into a dog when she kisses a man. However, the only person who can undo her curse is her colleague Jin Seo Won (ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo), who is afraid of dogs due to a traumatic event he can no longer remember.

    The newly released character relationship chart depicts the intertwined relationships between the leads as well as the supporting characters.

    Due to a sudden kiss with Jin Seo Won, Han Hae Na is cursed to turn into a dog eery night from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m. However, due to Jin Seo Won’s fear of dogs, Han Hae Na struggles to find a way to kiss him again in order to undo the curse. Although the two start off as ordinary co-workers, their relationship begins to rapidly develop following the kiss, and although they feel awkward and uncomfortable around each other, Han Hae Na and Jin Seo Won find themselves drawn to one another.

    Linked to both Han Hae Na and Jin Seo Won is Korean history teacher Lee Bo Kyum (Lee Hyun Woo), who takes the role of shaking up the relationship between the two. The relationship chart also previews his mysterious link to student Min Ji Ah (Kim Yi Kyung).

    On Han Hae Na’s side of the family, there is her mother Shin Mi Sun (Jung Young Joo), older sister Han Yoo Na (Ryu Abel), and father Han Pan Dong (Kim Hong Pyo). The chart further teases the relationship between Yoo Na and her friend Song Woo Taek (Jo Jin Se) as well as the close chemistry between Yoo Na, Woo Taek, and Hae Na.

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    Additionally, Jin Seo Won is linked to his nephew Choi Yool (Yoon Hyun Soo) who is also Hae Na’s student and who will play a key role in connecting Hae Na and Seo Won.

    “A Good Day to Be a Dog” will air its first two episodes on October 11 at 9 p.m. KST and will be available on Dramacool. Stay tuned!



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