Yoon Chan-Young from “All of Us Are Dead” becomes unexpectedly involved in drug trafficking in the upcoming drama “Juvenile Delinquency.” The first episode of “Juvenile Delinquency” will be released on March 25th in Seezn. It tells the story of two teenagers who are involved in the marijuana trade.
Gong Yoon-tak, played by Yoon Chan-Young, is a teenage boy who takes care of his family since his mother died. He is a well-behaved individual who also gets good grades in school, making him the neighborhood’s top candidate for a son-in-law.
Gong Yoon-tak’s peaceful life is disrupted when a mysterious girl appears in front of him. Gong Yoon-tak is shocked to learn that marijuana is growing on his farm. At the age of eighteen, he becomes involved in a drug crime.
The released photos of “Juvenile Delinquency” reveal Gong Yoon-tak’s emotional transformation. He has a calm expression at first, but he is not at ease, revealing his psychological state like a grown-up. Gong Yoon-tak’s calmness is gradually disappearing as a result of his unexpected involvement in the drug farm. He appears shocked in front of the nurse, and his face is filled with anxiety.
In “Juvenile Delinquency,” there are expectations for Yoon Chan-young, who has made an impression with his low tone and steady acting skills in his previous drama, and will perform as Gong Yoon-tak, who has a sudden change of heart. According to the production team of the drama, Yoon Chan-young is perfect for the role, “from voice tone to expression.”