Juvenile Delinquency, Seezn's original drama airing March 25, 2022

Juvenile Delinquency, Seezn's original drama airing March 25, 2022

 After successfully acting in All of Us Are Dead, Yoon Chan Young will return to acting in a new drama that will air on the South Korean streaming platform Seezn. Titled Juvenile Delinquency, the original drama by Seezn will start airing on March 25, 2022 and has released its first trailer on February 24, 2022 on Seezn's Youtube channel. In this crime noir drama, the actor who was born on April 25, 2001 will play the role of Gong Yoon Tak, a rural boy who takes care of his father and two younger siblings and earns a living for his family. 

While being overwhelmed with life's problems, Gong Yoon Tak who is a high school student, meets Kyung Da Jeong who changes his life by getting involved in various incidents. The unexpected incident experienced by Yoon Tak's character was even poured into the sentence on the second individual poster which reads "That day, we planted hemp instead of a dream". 

The character Kyung Da Jeong who will play with Yoon Chan Young will be played by actress Won Ji An. Kyung Da Jeong's character is an 18-year-old girl who was ordered by her parents to become a drug courier. Yoon Chan Young's first comeback drama after All of Us Are Dead will also be enlivened by Yoon Hyun Soo as Gong Yoon Jae (Gong Yoon Tak's younger brother), Han Se Jin as Kim Kook Hee, and Yang Seo Hyun as Hong Ae Ran. Yoon Chan Young himself has played roles in various dramas and movies even long before his name skyrocketed to the international scene when he became Lee Cheong San in All of Us Are Dead. 

He also plays a lot of school children like his character in this latest drama. Since his debut in 2013, this actor under Snowball Entertainment has won various awards, one of which is the Best Youth Actor and Actress award at the 2019 SBS Drama Awards. Besides being active as an actor, currently Chan Young is also studying Theater and Film at Hanyang University.


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