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‘Love and Leashes’ Drama Cast List

Love and Leashes (Korean: 모럴센스) is a 2022 South Korean romantic comedy film, based on the webtoon Moral Sense by Gyeoul. The film directed by Park Hyun-jin and starring Lee Jun-young, Seohyun and Seo Hyun-woo, depicts a romance between Ji-hoo, who has everything perfect but has secret BDSM desires, and Ji-woo, a competent public relations team member who finds out about his secret. It was released on Netflix on February 11, 2022, to coincide with Valentine’s Day.

The following is a list of actors for the drama Love and Leashes that has aired on Netflix on Friday, February 11, 2022.

Drakor Love and Leashes will be Seohyun’s first film to be aired in 2022. Previously, the youngest member of SNSD has shown her acting skills through several dramas, including Time (2018), Hello Dracula (2020), and Private Lives (2020).

Meanwhile, Lee Jun-young is a member of U-KISS who is also an actor. He has starred in several dramas, such as Good Casting (2020), Please Don’t Date Him (2020), to Imitation (2021).

Love and Leashes is directed by Park Hyun-jin. Previously, he directed the films Lovers of Six Years (2008), Like For Likes (2016), to Remarkable Woman (2014).

Love and Leashes tells the story of a secret romance between two office workers and one of them’s unusual sex preferences.

In Love and Leashes, an office worker named Jung Ji-woo (SNSD’s Seohyun) works for a large company. He is a new employee in the public relations department.

In the team there is another member named Jung Ji-hoo (Lee Jun-young). He looks like the perfect man with unique tastes. Although it looks strange, Ji-woo has feelings for Ji-hoo.

The following is a list of actors for the drama Love and Leashes that will air on Netflix on Friday, February 11, 2022:

1. Seohyun as Jung Ji-woo
2. Lee Jun-young as Jung Ji-hoo

3. Lee El as Hye Mi, Jung Ji-woo’s best friend.
4. Seo Hyun Woo

5. Kim Han-na
6. Lee Suk-hyeong as Woo Hyuk, a part-timer who is obsessed with Hye Mi

7. Kim Bo-ra as Hana, Jung Ji-hoo’s ex-girlfriend
8. Baek Hyun-joo as Jung Ji-woo’s mother

9. Ahn Seung-gyun as Lee Han, the youngest employee.

Kim Junmo writing for OhmyNews stated that the film has a message and the attributes of a romantic comedy. Kim wrote, “as it is a story about the minority taste of BDSM, the difference between likes and dislikes is a limitation of this film.” Kim opined, “the barrier to entry is high. Above all, scenes containing BDSM’s actions are the core of sympathy between the two main characters, but it is difficult to universally provide emotional pleasure, catharsis, and excitement.” Kate Sánchez rated the film with 8.5 out of 10 and wrote, “Love and Leashes is sweet and sensual. It’s a wholesome look at boundaries and love while also taking time to explore kink in a context that doesn’t treat it as something dangerous or abnormal… one of the best representations of kink I’ve seen in a film.” Ricardo Gallegos of La Estatuilla praised the performances of Seohyun and direction stating, “Park Hyun-jin does a good job of weaving the threads of the story together and adding a touch of respectful humor to the story’s development.” Concluding Gallegos wrote, “Although “Amarrados al amor” manages to use classic and conventional elements of the romantic comedy genre, it stands out thanks to its sweet handling of the central relationship, the sensuality that it transmits in its exploration of sexual freedom and its honest intentions to inform and break taboos.”

James Marsh of the South China Morning Post rated the film with 3 out of 5 stars and praised the performances of lead pair writing, “Seohyun and Lee Jun-young deliver sweet and wholesome performances”. Marsh opined that the film has made “efforts to normalise BDSM and erase its stigma,” and it has come out as “a sweet and well-meaning workplace romance”. March concluded “Love and Leashes is a commendable effort to lift the blindfold on a stigmatised subculture, albeit without the reward of any lasting gratification.”