K-Drama ‘While You Were Sleeping’ now on PH TV

posted August 26, 2018 at 06:05 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbitz
Beginning tonight, K-Drama fans can start following the thrilling romance fantasy and the award-winning Korean drama of 2017 While You Were Sleeping.

K-Drama ‘While You Were Sleeping’ now on PH TV
'Will While You Were Sleeping' stars Lee Jong Suk and Suzy Bae 
The newest drama on primetime tells the story of three young adults who work their way around their ability to see the future. With the advantage of seeing things before it happens in their dreams, they also have to face the consequences that come along with it.

Headlining the story is 54th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress Suzy Bae, who plays as Alexa, a journalist who originally possesses the ability to see events in the future. She tries to stop the worst scenarios from happening, and inevitably altering the course of nature.  

Lee Jong-suk then plays Jordan, a rookie prosecutor who used to have a carefree attitude until his father was slain by a runaway soldier. He shares this fate with Alexa, whose psychic ability was transferred to him when she saved him from drowning.

Meanwhile, Jung Hae-in plays Wesley, a top-notch police officer who hides his color-blindedness as a secret in order to protect his reputation. He acquires the same ability from Jordan, who saved his life from a car accident.

With Alexa’s encounters with Jordan and Wesley, they team up to manipulate each of their fates in order to favor their advantage. What consequences will ensue after they try to change their destinies? How will they face these challenges when they unconsciously entrap themselves in a love triangle?  

While You Were Sleeping airs Monday to Thursday after Inday Will Always Love You on GMA Telebabad.

Topics: While You Were Sleeping , Lee Jong-suk , Suzy Bae , Jung Hae-in , GMA Telebabad
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