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Lee Jun Young Is A Jack-Of-All-Trades Butler In Upcoming Drama “May I Help You?”

MBC’s upcoming Wednesday-Thursday drama “May I Help You?” has released new stills of Lee Jun Young!

“May I Help You?” tells the story of Butler Kim, who runs errands that begin at a cost of 100 won (approximately 7 cents) per job, and funeral director Baek Dong Joo, who grants the wishes of the dead, as they operate an errand-running business called Ildangbaek (meaning one person doing the work of 100, and in this specific case, also referring to the fact that one errand costs 100 won). Girl’s Day’s Hyeri will take on the role of Baek Dong Joo, who possesses a strange ability to communicate with the deceased. Unless the deceased’s last wish is fulfilled, she has to spend the whole day with no luck. Lee Jun Young will play Butler Kim, the only employee and ace at the daily errands service Ildangbaek. He gets entangled with the strange Baek Dong Joo and starts working together on a project that transcends life and death.

In the stills, Lee Jun Young transforms into Butler Kim who runs to wherever his clients want him to. He is dressed up as a member of the Green Mothers’ Club to help children safely cross the road near the school by using a flag in his hand and a whistle in his mouth.

The next still captures Butler Kim walking his clients’ dogs. He is a person who puts effort into making his clients satisfied with all his heart, even if that work is something trivial. Viewers are curious to find out how Butler Kim will end up entangled with Baek Dong Joo, a strange funeral director who has no luck at all.

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Lee Jun Young remarked, “Butler Kim is a diligent person who accepts any requests unless it is something illegal, and he works with a sense of duty at every moment. This is a drama where you can feel the warmth that’s inside the journey of people’s lives. I worked hard and thought a lot about how to express the warmth well. Please show lots of anticipation and interest for the drama.”

“May I Help You?” premieres on October 19 at 9:50 p.m. KST!

While waiting, watch Lee Jun Young in “Imitation”:

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