Blue Spring From A Distance is a story of their youth when viewed from a distance, and when viewed up close. It seems to be warm and romantic, but in reality, it is expected to represent the cold and hard ‘reality college students’ and draw the campus version of ‘Beauty’.
- Drama: Blue Spring From A Distance (멀리서 보면 푸른 봄)
- Network: KBS2
- Air Date: June 14, 2021 –
- Air Time: Monday & Tuesday 21:30
- Official Website
First, Park Ji-hoon, who plays Yeo Joon, who becomes the most popular guy on campus at the same time as he enrolls, catches the eye. He has a handsome appearance, an amicable personality, and a wealthy family, and he has a somewhat grim glance. What is the secret of a 20-year-old new college student who looks just as fresh, and what kind of changes he will undergo as he establishes relationships with people around him.
Kim So-bin, played by Kang Min-ah, shows the grievances of young people who are frustrated in front of the wall of reality because of ordinary grades and specifications. In the poster, Kang Min-ah is predicting a three-dimensional character expression with a bright smile like the spring sunshine and a refreshing atmosphere like a college student. Expectations are growing for the campus story she will draw, who is second to none in her effort.
Lastly, Bae In-hyuk is expected to represent the hardships of young people by taking the role of Nam Soo-hyun, the official ‘assa’ of the Department of Business Administration at Myongil University. He is a hard-working perfectionist who suffers from a lack of sleep while studying and working part-time at the same time and voluntarily cuts off human relations. He looks cold, but with a pale smile as if it couldn’t be seen, we can glimpse both sides of the light and shadow of youth.