Jun So Min, Yum Jung Ah, and Kim Jae Hwa are all set to star in JTBC's forthcoming weekend drama "Cleaning Up."
"Cleaning Up" is a remake of the same-named British television series, and it follows the narrative of three security business cleaners who try to forge a new path for themselves after overhearing about insider trading.
Yum Jung Ah will make her first drama appearance in three years, after starring in the hit JTBC drama "SKY Castle." She will play Bested Investment Securities' cleaner Eo Yong Mi, who works as a cleaner during the week and as a housewife on weekends. This is due to the fact that she is a mother and the leader of a household with two wonderful girls to raise. After hearing insider trade information, she makes a critical decision when faced with an opportunity.
Jun So Min will play Eo Yong Mi's coworker Ahn In Kyung, who is cleaning to save money in order to realize her ambition of opening a mobile café with a small food truck. She is swept up in Yong Mi's choice, but because of her timid and afraid attitude, she is often the one to put the brakes on the stock wars' rapid accelerations.
Meng Soo Ja, a cleaner who also aspires to be successful in life, will be played by Kim Jae Hwa. She is so nice that it will just take her five minutes to persuade a complete stranger to side with her. She, on the other hand, only employs her abilities when they are beneficial to her. Despite the fact that she is a deceptive character with many faces and even more plots, she is an important figure in the stock operation of the three ladies.
"Yum Jung Ah, Jun So Min, and Kim Jae Hwa, who raise expectation for their amazing performances only by their names, are perfectly immersing themselves in their characters to create a high-quality project," the production team stated. The challenge of three persons attempting to reach the top of the stock market and in life will provide maximum entertainment on the small screen. Please demonstrate a lot of enthusiasm."
"Cleaning Up," directed by Yoon Sung Sik of "Hwarang" and "Bridal Mask," and written by Choi Kyung Mi of "Return," will premiere on JTBC in the first part of this year, following the conclusion of "My Liberation Notes."