The new JTBC K-drama, "Doctor Slump," is now in the works, featuring the reunion of Park Shin Hye and Park Hyung Sik. The upcoming romantic comedy series will see the 33-year-old actress return to the small screen after marrying Choi Tae Joon last year and having a child.

Park Shin Hye and Park Hyung Sik were first seen together in the K-drama "The Heirs" in 2013. After 10 years, they will reunite in "Doctor Slump."

The new show will tell the story of two people facing the darkest hours of their lives. It will introduce the plastic surgeon Yeo Jung Woo (Park Hyung Sik).

Despite having a perfect life, everything will go downhill after a surgical accident. It will also feature the anesthesiologist Nam Ha Neul (Park Shin Hye).

Though she often has a busy work schedule in the hospital, she still feels her life has no meaning. The two will end up quitting their jobs as doctors and living on the rooftop while trying to navigate their lives.

Aside from the two, viewers will also meet their co-worker Lee Hong Ran (Gong Sung Ha), who faces hardships and must find happiness to overcome them. Meanwhile, Yoon Bak is also set to join Park Shin Hye and Park Hyung Sik in "Doctor Slump." The 35-year-old will reportedly play the role of Dae Young.

Behind the camera, Oh Hyun Jong, who's behind the success of "Find Me in Your Memory" and "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo, will be directing the series. It will also be written by "My Roommate is a Gumiho" and "What's Wrong with Secretary Kim" writer Baek Sun Woo.

On November 30 last year, news emerged that Park Shin Hye and Park Hyung Sik would be reuniting for a new K-drama. In response to the report, the "Miracle in Cell No. 7" star's agency, SALT Entertainment, admitted its star had received an offer to do the series and was positively reviewing it. It was the same thing that Park Hyung Sik's rep said about the project.

As Park Shin Hye accepted the offer, it would be the first time she would return to acting again on the small screen after being a wife and mom. "Doctor Slump" also serves as her first project after the 2016 hit K-drama "Doctors."

There are no words yet about when "Doctor Slump" will be out, but it's set to premiere anytime this year on JTBC.