Keyword: The Winter The Wind Blows Episode 12
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Secretary Wang: What is all this?
Moon Hee Sun: Do you want to plant flowers with us?
Oh Young: I want to go inside.
Oh Soo: Say it. Ask for my help.
Oh Young: Help me…
Oh Young: Did you go out with her sister?
Moon Hee Sun: When my sister was dying, your brother Oh Soo was…
Oh Soo: Getting close to Young is the priority.
Oh Soo: Well, can’t letting my eyes be happy be a reason?
Oh Young: You..happy?
Lee Myung Ho: Is this Oh Soo’s home?
Joo Moo Chul: Oh Soo? Which Oh Soo? PL Group’s Oh Soo or con man Oh Soo?
Park Jin Sung: Hyung, get out of there right now! Joong Tae knows your status
SBS’s “That Winter, The Wind Blows” unveiled a new romantic scene between its leads Jo In Sung and Song Hye Gyo from its upcoming episode.
As shown in the photos, the two actors shared a cotton candy. With their faces only inches apart, netizens are already dubbing it the “cotton candy kiss” because of their intimate proximity and Jo In Sung’s intense gaze.
A representative of the production team stated, “While we can’t really share any information about it until the broadcast, we can say for certain that this will be the highlight of the fourth episode. That scene, that moment, will be the point where both characters will realize their chemistry with each other.”
“That Winter, The Wind Blows” marks Song Hye Gyo and Jo In Sung’s comeback to the small screen
YG Entertainment‘s veteran singer Gummy, who was reported to be working on an album previously, will be returning to the music scene first through the release of “Snow Flower” for the SBS drama ‘Wind Blows in Winter‘s OST.
“Snow Flower” will be unveiled on the upcoming fourth episode of the drama on the 20th before its official release. The title has left music lovers reminiscing on Park Hyo Shin‘s hit classic “Snow Flower” from the ‘I’m Sorry I Love You‘ OST, which only increases the anticipation for Gummy’s song with the same title to become a classic as well. Hitmaking producers Choi Kab Won and and Kim Sae Jin PJ who produced Baek Ji Young‘s “Don’t Forget” also teamed up with Gummy for the song
Added episodes 1 to 3 for the Korean drama 'That Winter, the Wind Blows'
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"That Winter, the Wind Blows" (2013)
Directed by Kim Kyoo-tae
Written by Noh Hee-kyeong
With Jo In-Seong, Song Hye-kyo, Kim Beom, Jung Eun-ji, Bae Jong-ok, Kim Tae-woo,...
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The male main character and the female character can't live a radiant life as he fails terribly in his first love and she experiences her parents' divorce and parting with her brother.
Life is just an extention for him and life is just full of loneliness and fatigue.
However, they feel excited and warm ever since they met and throughout and they find hope in life and human
Actor Jo In Sung has been receiving praise for his facial expressions in the new SBS drama ‘Wind Blows in Winter’.
On the episodes aired on February 13th and 14th, Jo In Sung dominated the small screen by expressing self-control, anxiety, and anger.
He masterfully expressed a large range of emotions felt by his character Oh Soo by acting out the sorrows of living a life he hates, losing faith and being angry at love after being betrayed, and the conflicting emotions he has for Oh Young (played by Song Hye Gyo).
Not only this, but when Oh Soo got stabbed by Jo Moo Chul (played by Kim Tae Woo), his expression was so realistic that viewers commented they felt the pain with him.
Jo In Sung’s amazing portrayal of his character Oh Soo not only increased the quality of the drama, but as lead, he’s moving the plot smoothly
Sharp-eyed viewers spotted an inconsistency error in Jo In Sung’s age and birthday in SBS’s “That Winter, The Wind Blows,” which premiered earlier this week.
On yesterday’s episode of the new series, Secretary Wang (Bae jong Oak) went through Oh Soo’s (Jo In Sung) belongings while he was out of his room. While searching his room, she found his passport, driver’s license, and registration card. However, unlike Secretary Wang, several viewers were able to spot the inconsistent birthdays on the IDs. His passport and registration card listed his birthday as February 18, 1984, while his driver’s license listed it as September 12, 1979.
In the series, Jo In Sung plays Oh Soo, a playboy and a gambler who lives a meaningless life. In order to pay off a huge debt, he pretends to be Oh Young’s (Song Hye Gyo) lost brother, who coincidentally shares the same name as him
Ever since the premiere of two highly anticipated dramas, it has been a cut-throat race for the ratings. According to AGB Nielsen, “IRIS 2” and “That Winter, The Wind Blows” tied for first last night with both shows recording 12.4%.
“IRIS 2” saw a drop in ratings, dropping 2.0% from the night before. “That Winter, The Wind Blows” also dipped 0.4% from its latest episode. “Level 7 Civil Servant” was only 0.3% away from tying with the other two, achieving 12.1% for its eighth episode.
Meanwhile, there was a lot of hype surrounding the premiere of “IRIS 2″ and “That Winter, The Wind Blows.” As the sequel to the popular “IRIS,” starring Kim Tae Hee and Lee Byung Heon, the sequel reunited two big names from “Chuno,” Lee Da Hae and Jang Hyuk
The hugging scene of Jo In Sung and Song Hye Kyo is currently attracting a lot of attention.
In the third episode of SBS TV’s drama series Wind Blows in Winter, which aired on February 14, Oh Young (played by Song Hye Kyo) and Oh Soo (played by Jo In Sung) have a date. As Oh Young has been isolated from the world because of the overprotection by secretary Wang (played by Bae Jong Ok), Oh Soo lets her experience the world.
As Oh Young fears the crowd, Oh Soo tries to make her feel secured. Oh Soo also gives Oh Young a hug from behind so that she doesn’t fall on the crowded street.
During the date, Oh Soo and Oh Young also play a shooting game together. Oh Soo fails but Oh Young succeeds in getting a toy with the help of Oh Soo. At this, Oh Soo says to Oh Young, “You’re not a blind
Oh Soo (Jo In-Seong) saved Oh Yeong (Song Hye-kyo) who was in danger of being hit by the subway train on the third episode of the SBS drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows".
Oh Soo pretended to be Oh Yeong's real brother Oh Soo because of the threat calls she was getting to pay back 7.8 billion won.
Oh Yeong didn't have much meaning in life and she got up when she saw the oncoming train. Oh Yeong said, "If the reason you came to me is money, it's now. Shove me towards that".
Oh Yeong walked towards the oncoming train. The moment she was about to be hit by it, Oh Soo pulled her back in.
Oh Yeong was alive and Oh Soo's narration was heard saying, "I met a woman who wants to die. We are different but we were the same at that moment. I was curious about her for the first time"