Jazz for Two (재즈처럼) is a coming-of-age romantic tale of five high school students focusing on their struggles and the joys of finding love and experiencing romance, music, affirmation, and belongingness.

Jazz for Two (locally titled Jaejeucheoreom) is a manhwa written and illustrated by Clarju and published by Lezhin. Produced by IPQ and M Audience Studio, the live-action adaptation is directed by Song Soo Lim (who also did the script and directed A Shoulder to Cry On).

Where to Watch Jazz For Two?

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Jazz for Two | 큐니버스 Quuuniverse

Character Visuals (Posters)

The drama’s production company – Quuniverse – recently released character posters (visuals) on their Instagram account, featuring these!

  • Jazz For Two - Hogeun
  • Jazz For Two - Jin Kwon
  • Jazz For Two - Hangyeom
  • Jazz For Two - JungHa
  • Jazz for Two - Hogeun and Jin Kwon
  • Jazz for Two - Hangyeom and Jungha


With the theme of enemy-turned-lover, Jazz for Two, explores the stories of five youngsters. The focus is on a young high school student who mourns the death of his brother and starts a personal battle with a transfer student who loves to sing his brother’s favorite song. And they both promise to hate each other.

Taeyi (Ji Ho Geun) hears a familiar melody fill the empty halls and makes his way to the old music room. He knows his brother is dead, but he can’t help but hope, maybe, just maybe it’s his brother playing his favorite song. When he slams open the door, however, he finds Seheon (Jin Kwon), the new transfer student, at the piano. Disappointment comes crashing down and Taeyi can’t control his anger. How dare Seheon play his brother’s song? How dare he smile? How dare he say he loves jazz? “If I ever catch you playing the piano again…that’ll be the end of you.” And with that begins Taeyi and Seheon’s story, as unpredictable and visceral as jazz.

Lezhin, written by Clarju, mangatoto

Cast of Characters

Ji Ho Geun plays the lead role of Han Tae-i

Ji Ho Geun (지호근), who plays the role of Han Tae-i, is a musical genius and is gifted with an attractive musical voice. Jazz for Two is his acting debut and his first BL role to date. Han Tae-i as a character is said to be stoic, very cold, and seldom shows his feelings as a result of his brother’s death.

New Kidd’s Jin Kwon is Yoon Se-Heon

The role of Yoon Se-Heon, a transfer student at the prestigious Wooyeon Arts High School (the prime locale of the series) and a jazz otaku, is played by Jin Kwon, the leader of the group New Kidd.

Jin Kwon, who transformed into an actor through roles such as ‘Beyond the Closet’ and TVING’s ‘To My Star’, in which he became the first Korean to play a lead role in HBO MAX, shows various emotions, including the process of overcoming complexes toward his father and older brother through music, and the feelings that change after meeting Tae-i.

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OmegaX Song Han Gyeom is Seo Do-Yoon

The role of Seo Do-Yoon, a special drum student who is positive and playful in everything, is played by Song Han Gyeom, a former member of the JTBC audition program ‘Mix Nine’ and a member of OmegaX.

Kim Jungha plays the role of Song Joo-Ha

The role of guitarist Song Joo-ha is to be played by Kim Jungha, who was recognized as a hard-working actor by appearing in various web dramas in addition to the SBS drama ‘Escape of the Seven’.

Stay tuned to this page for more casting news and series details.

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