Behind The Scene Wild Romance
Kiss Scene In ‘Wild Romance’ Becomes Issue
Moo Yeol had attracted many female viewers on the eighth episode by unveiling his muscular arms on the scene in which he worked out to attract Jong Hee. After watching the kiss scene on the ninth episode, Netizens poured out their miserable feelings for Eun Jae by saying, “It cannot happen,” “Lee Dong Wook has to wake up,” “I feel pity for Eun Jae. Cheer up, Eun Jae,” “Even though I know that it is a fictional drama, I became upset,” “I feel frustrated,” and “I hope that the writer will not make Eun Jae feel terrible any more.”
“Wild Romance,” which has added more tension with the sudden appearance of Moo Yeol’s ex-girlfriend Jong Hee, is broadcast every Wednesday and Thursday night at 9:55 pm.
Jessica’s Upcoming Kiss Scene Preview In ‘wild Romance’
Girls Generations ice princess, Jessica, is seen making out with Lee Dong Wook, in the latest released preview of Wild Romance!
On February 1st, the release of preview for episode 10, has caused quite a stir amongst Girls Generation fans as Jessica and Lee Dong Wook are seen in the midst of a passionate lip-lock.
The KBS drama has been receiving positive reviews with a great story line, and the actors excellent performances, and will be sure to see their viewer ratings peak with this preview!
New Preview Of ‘wild Romance’ Reveals Kiss Scene Between Jessica & Lee Dong Wook
Jessica shared the above photo via Girls Generations official webpage on the 28th and wrote, This is Sica. What do you think will happen between Park Mooyeol (Lee Dong Wook) and Kang Jong Hee (Jessica)?
‘wild Romance’ Co-Stars Lee Dong Wook & Jessica Take Another Couple Shot
allkpop has been reporting on how Girls Generation member Jessica got cast for KBSs Wild Romance as Lee Dong Wooks first love. After releasing a candid couple shot of Jessica and Lee Dong Wook recently, the production staff followed up by sharing another one.
The photo released by GnG Productions on January 26th is from the scene where Park Moo Yul (Lee Dong Wook) and Kang Jong Hee (Jessica) relive their past memories together. Their sweet pose in the photo really reminds one of a real couple in a happy relationship.
Netizens commented, They look really pleasing to the eye, They look really compatible with each other, and I am really looking forward to how the drama develops from here on out.
"i Need Romance Season 3" Kim So-Yeon And Seong Joon's Bed Scene
Sin Joo-yeon (Kim So-yeon) confessed to Joo Wan (Seong Joon) that she loved him on the fifteenth episode of the tvN drama "I Need Romance Season 3".
"i Need Romance 3" Attracts Viewers With A Kiss Scene
The drama is said to be about the relationship between an older woman with a younger man, and the emotional journey that is traveled by the characters, especially with having to balance their love life with their career.
"i Need Romance" Season 2 Shocking Kiss Scene In Shower!
I Need Romance Season 2 Shocking Kiss Scene!On June 28, on cable channel tvN "I Need Romance," actors Jung Yoomi and Lee Jinwook show a shocking kiss scene.
This scene aired on the first episode of the drama and has been gaining a lot of attention. This scene is being called the "100 second kiss" online by viewers.
Geun Seok- Yoon Ah’S Romance At Risk, Increasing Interest In Worrisome Bedroom Scene
Drama viewers are interested in Love Rain more and more every time with increasing their interest on Jang Geun-seok and Yoon Ah’s worrisome bedroom scenes in the KBS drama "Love Rain" on every Monday and Tuesday night. While Seo - Jeong (Seo Joon and Jeong Ha-na) couple confessed their love in sweet romance in the scene, the 11th episode of "Love Rain" scheduled to be aired on Monday in which Jun (role of Jang Geun-seok) falls in sleep next to sleeping ‘Hana’ has been previewed and amazingly, it has exploded viewers’ interest in "Seo- Jeong" couple’s romance dramatically.
Joon‘s face and neck have been injured but what the viewers are concerned abut is his sorrowful look that makes people feel something serious has happened to him.
Cast Members Of ‘Wild Romance’ Celebrate Airing Of Last Episode
The staff members and cast members looked very friendly to each other as they had worked together in the middle of severe cold. Lee Si Young who was hiding her red face as if she were crying drew attention. In particular, the members of the fan club for the drama belonging to DC Inside, who had brought snacks and gifts for the cast members on the last filming, also brought a double layer cake on which the faces of the cast members were engraved to express their unchanged love towards “Wild Romance.” Lee Si Young and Im Joo Eun took a photo while holding their script and the gifts that were presented by the fan club members with beautiful smiles on their faces for their fans.
In addition, the staff members and the cast members began the party by cutting the double layer cake together. The producer Hwang Eui Kyung CP presented the awards to the cast members, which created an enthusiastic atmosphere. All the staff and cast members watched the last episode together and they began to applaud when the ending credits of the drama appeared on the screen. They celebrated completing their own drama together.
Jessica has appeared on a few television shows, mainly playing herself in various cameos. In 2008, she appeared in Unstoppable Marriage, a daily sitcom that starred fellow SNSD group members Sooyoung and Yuri. She later made an appearance on Taehee, Hye Kyo, Jihyun with GG sister Sunny. The same year she landed the lead role of Elle Woods in the South Korean musical theatre adaptation of Legally Blonde, which lasted for over a year. But her role as Kang Jeong-hee in Wild Romance would be her first significant role in a television drama. The drama stars Lee Dong-wook (as Park Mu-yeol) and Lee Si-young (as Yoo Eun-jae) as the dumb baseball player and even dumber bodyguard. While the two actors play the one true pairing, Jessica takes the role of the obligatory ex-girlfriend who, after eight years abroad and a bout with schizophrenia, has come back into the picture hoping to regain the affections of her first love. The character, although sweet, straightforward, and fragile, also shows traits of selfishness and entitlement. The role would be an opportunity for Jessica to shine and show off the acting chops that she’d acquired on the stage.
But Jessica’s acting was limited to safe, bland facial expressions, over excessively cute manners of speaking, and a weak onscreen presence. Her acting, which would have been great for a music video, did not translate well into the K-dramaverse. Although she made an effort, she was not able to relay the emotions that the scenes called for. However, I do want to give credit where its due: she was not entirely terrible. In fact, how I feel about Jessica’s performance can be summed up by an exchange between Yoo Eun-jae and her friend Dong-ha about Kang Jeong-hee (Jessica’s character) in episode 13:
Yoo Eun Jae: I’m talking about Kang Jeong-hee. Sometimes I really can’t stand her. But then suddenly, she will become very lovely.