The reason Oh Ji-oh rounded up an investigative team with satan attorney Han Gyu-hyeok and Kang Ki-yeong starts to unravel, adding mystery to the mystery. Hyosung and Ha Yeon-joo"s courting also takes a turn as the drama heads to the climax.
Sinopsis Playful Kiss Season 2
The tracks are described to be filled with sweet and exciting melodies suitable for winter season. Moreover, the album is personally designed by members themselves. There are also Christmas cards with handwritten messages from the members for their fans.
The three idols have all worked at Arirang television station in Seoul because they"ve all spent time in the United States and are fluent in English. Even though they haven"t publicly displayed their friendship in the past like some idols have (such as Super Junior"s Heechul being best friends with F.T. Island"s Hongki,) their interactions on Twitter revealed that the three idols have a friendly relationship.
The conversation continued with Eli calling out to Eric in English, and commenting on a duet between Eric and Eli"s fellow U-Kiss member Kevin on After School Club, an Arirang television show.
Dongjun expressed, “I think it is an honor for me to stand on stage for a popular musical like “Goong”. I am practicing my acting and singing to show a new image to fans through my role as Shin.”
Woo-yeong just bluntly said, "A kiss would stop that" as he was making coffee and Hee-jae thought that was ridiculous when she dropped her cup as she was arranging papers.
Sin Joo-yeon (Kim So-yeon) was listening to this when she said, "Why didn't you just get a room?" and Yoon Hee-jae said, "We don't have money. If we go whenever we want to, that's half our paycheck. We decided to go once a month".
According to broadcasting officials, the show is still working on a time schedule and casting for the show. One representative revealed, KissCry will begin airing in the first half of the year. They are still talking about who to cast and discussions are still taking place. April appears to be the likely broadcast date, should there be no other problems.
Whether or not Kim Yuna will still host the second season is up in the air, but expectations for the show are high, especially since the city of Pyeongchang was confirmed to host the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Joon Gu disses the stuffed animal – telling Ha Ni it’s a cheap gift for her getting into college, and that’s it’s easy for someone to grab a stuffed animal from the machine. Seung Jo remains silent but looks annoyed. He finishes his drink, balls up the cup and accurately tosses it into the nearby trash can. Ha Ni is impressed, and Joon Gu one-ups Seung Jo by tossing his empty paper cup backwards into the same trash can. Seung Jo gets up, takes an empty can from a nearby table, heaves it into the air and the drop-kicks it into the same trash can! Joon Gu tries a backward drop-kick and ends up falling on his head. Heh, male posturing, always good for a laugh. And coming from Seung Jo, is absolutely drop-dead hilarious to watch.
Ha Ni sees the gamesmanship, which leads to another daydream where she is an European lady of the manor, Joon Gu her ardent admirer who is coming to possess her, and Seung Jo her beloved who comes to save her. First off, I swear this daydream scene was filmed in the same garden the You’re Beautiful scene was filmed (at the end of episode 1, where Mi Nam descends like a fairy and the A.N.Gell boys look at her as she walks through a garden of statutes). Second off, this is my fave daydream scene so far, bar none.
Anyways, daydream Joon Gu and Seung Jo unsheathe their swords (heh, sorry as I giggle for a extra minute here) and prepare to duel for Ha Ni’s honor. Seung Jo declares that if he dies in defense of Ha Ni, then he died for love (man, the dialogue in Ha Ni’s daydreams are…..engrossing). Might I say both Kim Hyun Joong and Lee Tae Sung look mighty fine dressed as European swordsman. Ha Ni cries for both men to stop, and she snaps out of her reverie to see Joon Gu and Seung Jo staring at her like she’s a mite crazy in the head.
It may feel like retreading to see the same types of happy and not-so-happy interactions between Seung Jo and Ha Ni, but I can see they have taken many steps forward as people and as friends who have gotten to know each other. Plus, it feels so real, like the confusion of emotions make for people acting warm one moment and distant in another. What PK lacks is drama of the OMG-variety or any high-stakes life and death dilemma. I like it, but it does make for episodes that are like taking a hot bath, infinitely pleasurable during but forgettable afterwards.
And poor Joon Gu, who barely has any screen time in this episode. He’s breaking my heart simply by thinking about him quietly pining for Ha Ni. I can’t wait for him to meet his OTP, because this boy is 100% goodness wrapped in a hottie shell.
Finally, I don’t think we’ll see their post-wedding story, other than maybe as a montage or brief fly-over. At the pace of the story, I think episode 14 is the earliest we’ll get the Big Moment In The Rain.
The next to arrive to visit the bride is her former rival-in-love, Hye Ra, who immediately compliments the bride as being beautiful. Hye Ra admits that she’s satisfied. When asked about what, Hye Ra graciously says that she’s glad the reason Seung Jo didn’t pick her was because of Ha Ni. When Ha Ni doesn’t quite understand, Hye Ra explains that she’s complimenting Seung Jo’s taste in women. See, a lady can remain classy until the very end, I highly approve. She congratulates Ha Ni, and tells her to be happy in marriage that it makes her so jealous she’ll want to get married herself.
Over in the other corner of tying up loose ends, Joon Gu has found Seung Jo and is delivering a final message. Joon Gu warns Seung Jo to be wary of him. He might take Ha Ni and run away before the end of the ceremony. Joon Gu-yahh, were you up late last night watching The Graduate?