Oh My Assistant (오! 나의 어시님) is a BL series from South Korea. It’s all about the tale of a cartoonist and his interaction with his handsome assistant. It’s both comedy and drama and stars Song Seung Hyun and Ko Chan Bin.
Korean entertainment portals describe this upcoming series as comedy-romance and that it features both rookie and experienced actors.
Where to watch Oh My Assistant?
Oh My Assistant premieres on the 1st of December 2022 and will have 2 episodes per week upon release.
You need to upgrade your GagaOOLala account to watch. Viki is also streaming the series. However, access depends on the region you are located in, but you may use a VPN service. It’s highly recommended to use a VPN especially when watching BL series. There are streaming sites like NetFlix, Viki, GagaOOLala, iQIYI, Hulu, Viu, and many others that may limit broadcast reach due to copyright and other legal stuff. A VPN is safe, reliable, and legal.
Seon Ho (Song Seung Hyun), a clumsy cartoonist who draws adult material, selects Mu-young (Ko Chan Bin), a youngster with excellent skills and quite handsome, to work with. However, Moo-young has a rough personality and tends to take everything with a confrontational tone. Then one day, he asks Moo-young to pose for an adult-themed scene. But when he sees Moo-young in an erotic pose, Seon-ho feels strange… Yet, little did he know Moo-young is his numero uno fanatic! [Synopsis © Psycho-Weird]
Cast of Characters
Playing the main character in this series are Song Seung Hyun and Ko Chan Bin.
Song Seung Hyun is a South Korean actor and previous rock band member of F.T. Island. In 2019, he decided to concentrate on acting and quit his rock band. As of Apr 7, 2020, he signed with Wooridle Company. Oh My Assistant is his first BL series. He plays Seon Ho, a nerdy-clumsy cartoonist who draws adult material stuff.
Represented by South Korean agency Namoo Actors, Ko Chan Bin is a rookie actor, and Oh My Assistant is his first BL series. While still a young child, he made an appearance in the short film “Worst Friends” (2009). More recently, he has starred in the drama series “Love Revolution” (2020). Cha Bin plays the assistant to a cartoonist, and he’s secretly an admirer.
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