“Run On” will follow the story of a past track and field athlete who becomes a sports agent. The story features Ki Sun Kyum, a man who is fated to keep running while looking forward, and Oh Mi Joo, a woman who has become accustomed to looking back all the time.
As a track and field athlete, the former would end up losing the moment he looks back, while the latter has no choice but to go back to the same scene over and over again as a foreign film translator.
- Drama: Run On
- Revised romanization: Run On
- Hangul: 런 온
- Director: Lee Jae-Hoon
- Writer: Park Min-Sook
- Network: JTBC
- Episodes: 16
- Release Date: December 16, 2020 – February 4, 2021
- Runtime: Wed. & Thu. 21:30
- Official Website
Ki Sun-Gyeom was once a popular sprinter for the national team. Due to a case, he quit the sport. He then begins to work as a sports agent. Meanwhile, Oh Mi-Joo writes subtitle translations for movies. She was thrilled when she first she her name as a translator during the end credits. She meets Ki Sun-Gyeom, who just quit being a sprinter. She feels they were destined to meet.
Seo Dan-A (Sooyoung) is the CEO of a sports agency. She is the only child of a man who runs the Seomyung Group. Because of her gender, she is pushed back on the list of potential successors to the Seomyung Group. She lives fiercely to take back what originally belonged to her. Lee Young-Hwa (Kang Tae-Oh) then appears in her life. He is a university student, majoring in art. He likes movies and croquis drawing.
- Run On takes over JTBC’s Wed. & Thu. 21:30 time slot previously occupied by “Private Lives” and followed by “Sisyphus: The Myth” in February, 2021.
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