SONES (as SNSD Girls’ Generation‘s fans are lovingly known), you best prepare yourselves for an upcoming episode of Oh!K’s “Warm and Cozy”.
Seohyun of SNSD is confirmed to be making a special cameo appearance in the 13th episode of the Korean leading primetime drama, which will premiere next Thursday (16th July) at 8:55pm on Oh!K (Astro Ch. 394), Malaysia’s hottest Korean entertainment channel.
Seohyun will play the matchmaker niece of Hwang Ok (played by Kim Sung Oh), who tries to bring her bachelor uncle and Lee Jeong-ju (played by Kang So-ra) together. In that particular episode, Poongsan (played by Jinyoung of B1A4), swoons over Hwang Ok’s niece’s effortless beauty and charm, manages to convince her to have a 2nd round of drinks at the “Warm and Cozy” restaurant.
According to Soompi, Seohyun filmed for her cameo on 21st June at Jeju Island. Her presence is said to have filled the film set with energy, as the male staff members tried to get a closer look at her in person.
Regarding her cameo, Seohyun said:
I watched “Warm and Cozy” without missing a single episode because it is a production of the director and scriptwriter I have always liked, so I was very happy to be able to appear in it. I was able to focus well due to all of the actors and staff members’ warmth and kindness. It’s disappointing that it was so short, but I think it will remain as a good memory for me.
Written by the Hong Sisters, “Warm and Cozy” is a romantic comedy drama series from MBC which comes with twist on the fable of “The Ant and the Grasshopper”.
It stars Yoo Yeon-seok as Baek Geon-wu and Kang So-ra as Lee Jeong-ju, and other celebrity appearances include famed TV actor So Ji Sub.
The official plot summary is as follows:
Having failed in her career and love life, Jeong-ju decides to move to Jeju where she meets Geon-wu, a chef and restaurant owner, but also a hopeless romantic. With such different personalities, the series explores whether this mismatched couple can find true love on this beautiful island.ADVERTISEMENT
“Warm and Cozy”, which airs every Thursday and Friday at 8:55pm on Oh!K, is available in English, Chinese, and Bahasa Malaysia subtitles.