Korean Drama Racket Boys – Racket Boys presents a fresh storyline between ongoing romantic Korean dramas. This Korean drama stars some young actors, including Tang Joon Sang who is popular as Geu Ru in Move to Heaven.
Racket Boys is directed by Jo Young Gwang, who previously worked on the Korean drama 49 Days and Hyde Jekyll Me. The scriptwriting was entrusted to Jung Bo Hoon, who worked on Prison Playbook.
The premiere of the Korean drama Racket Boys, Monday (31/5/2021) also received a warm welcome. Reporting from Nielsen Korea, the first episode of Racket Boys received high ratings of 5.7 percent and 6 percent.
The Korean drama Racket Boys is scheduled to air every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 KST on SBS. Indonesian viewers can also watch the Korean drama Racket Boys with Indonesian subtitles on Netflix.
The following is a synopsis and cast of the Korean drama Racket Boys, which are hotly discussed:
Synopsis of Korean Drama Racket Boys
The Korean drama Racket Boys tells the story of the lives of 16-year-old boys and girls, with all the challenges they face as members of the badminton club.
It is said that Haenam Seo Middle School has a badminton club, which is in bad shape. They only have three members and haven’t been able to enter the championship for the past few years.
Until finally, coach Kim Sang Kyung (player Yoon Hyeon Jong) moved from Seoul with his children Yoon Hae Kang (player Tang Joon Sang) and Yoon Hae In (player Ahn Se Bin) to train them.
Ra Yeong Ja (player Oh Na Ra), a legendary badminton player, will also train teenagers who dream of becoming badminton athletes. They began to grow over time while participating in the junior athletic championships.
Racket Boys Korean Drama Players
1. Kim Sang Kyung
The 48-year-old actor has starred in several Korean dramas such as What Happens to My Family and most recently Miss Lee. In the Korean drama Racket Boys, Kim Sang Kyung plays Yoon Hyeon Jong, a badminton coach, and father of Hae Kang. He moved to the countryside to earn more money.
2. Oh Na Ra
The Racket Boys star was first known for his roles in the Korean dramas Yong Pal, Hyde Jekyll Me, and Sky Castle. Oh, Na Ra plays Ra Yeong Ja, a badminton coach who is nicknamed ‘Ranos’ for being fierce. She is the mother of Hae Kang and Hae In.
3. Tang Joon Sang
The 17-year-old actor successfully stole the attention through the Korean drama Crash Landing On You and Move to Heaven. In the Korean drama Racket Boys, Tang Joon Sang plays Yoon Hae Kang, a former badminton athlete, and baseball fan. He returned to playing badminton after moving to the countryside.
4. Son Sang Yeon
Son Sang Yeon became a supporting actor in some Korean dramas such as Two Cops and Dr. Romantic 2. The Korean drama Racket Boys marks the 19-year-old actor’s debut as the second lead. He plays Bang Yoon Dam, the captain of the Haenam Seo Middle School badminton club with the label ace player.
5. Choi Hyun Wook
This rookie actor made his acting debut in 2019 through the web drama Real: Time: Love. Choi Hyun Wook is popular on Instagram (@_choiiii__) for having a handsome face. He plays Na Woo Chan, a member of the Haenam Seo Middle School badminton club who often acts as a mediator in feuds.
6. Kim Kang Hoon
Kim Kang Hoon is subscribed to the younger version of the actor in many Korean dramas such as Start-Up and 18 Again. He is identical to his character Pil Gu, in the Korean drama When The Camellia Blooms. The 11-year-old actor plays Lee Yong Tae, the youngest member of the Haenam Seo Middle School badminton club and a huge fan of athlete Lee Yong Dae.
7. Lee Jae In
The Racket Boys star made his acting debut at the age of 8 through the Korean drama Ice Adonis. Until now, Lee Jae In has starred in some Korean dramas such as Beautiful World and Undercover. He plays Han Se Yoon, a member of the badminton club who dreams of becoming the youngest player in the national team.
8. Lee Ji Won
This 14-year-old actress made her acting debut as a supporting actor in the Korean drama The Producers. Lee Ji Won then starred in Sky Castle, Romance Is A Bonus Book, and The Uncanny Counter. In Racket Boys, he played Lee Han Sol, a talented badminton club member, and friend of Han