'Mystic Pop-up Bar': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Netflix K-drama

'Mystic Pop-up Bar' is an upcoming show on JTBC which can be streamed on Netflix from May 20


                            'Mystic Pop-up Bar': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Netflix K-drama
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'Mystic Pop-up Bar' is a K-drama set to release on Netflix soon. The show will air in South Korea on JTBC and the literal title of the show is 'Ssanggab Cart Bar'. The show is based on a webtoon  'Ssanggabpocha' written by Bae Hye-Soo. 

Release date: 

'Mystic Pop-up Bar' will be available to stream in the US from May 20. The episodes will air weekly twice on Wednesday and Thursday, on Netflix.

Plot: 

'Mystic Pop-up Bar' is a rooftop bar that opens only during the night. Wol-Joo (Hwang Jung-Eum) runs the mysterious food-bar cart and customers who visit the bar are not only alive but also consist of the dead. While drinking alcohol and eating dishes with Wol-joo, the customers of the bar talk about themselves and try to heal the wounds that they suffered over time.

Cast: 

Hwang Jung-eum - Wol-joo

Actor Jung-eum portrays the role of the bar owner Wol-joo who listens to the troubles of everyone who comes to her mysterious pop-up bar. Jung-eum is known for her work in series such as 'She Was Pretty', 'Kill Me, Heal Me', 'The Undateables' among others. 

Yook Sung-jae - Han Kang-bae

Actor Sung-jae will play the role of Han Kang-bae in the show. He is one of the guests of the bar and strikes a friendship with Wol-joo. Actor Sung-jae is well-known for his roles in 'Guardian: The Lonely and Great God', 'The Village: Achiara's Secret'. 

Other cast members:
Choi Won-young as Team Leader Gwi
Lee Joon-hyuk as Department Head Yeom

Director: 

The 12-episode show is directed by Jeon Chang-Geun who has directed other projects such as 'The Package', 'What Happens to My Family?', 'My Bittersweet Life', among others. 

Trailer:

The teaser of the show introduces us to the pop-up bar and its owner who selects different people every day to sit with her and have a drink. She seems to have some otherworldly effect on them and is a mysterious figure. We also see scenes that show the bar host in historic times as well. So would this be similar to IU's show 'Hotel Del Luna'? We would have to wait and see how the plot progresses. 



 

 

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