The Winter The Wind Blows Behind The Scene
[Spoiler] "it"s Okay, That"s Love" Shows A Scene From "that Winter, The Wind Blows"
Jang Jae-yeol called his mother Ok-ja (Cha Hwa-yeon) after his radio show. He asked her what she was doing and she was watching TV. The TV screen showed a scene from Jo In-Seong"s previous drama which was also written by Noh Hee-kyeong and produced by Kim Kyoo-tae.
Ok-ja told him, "She"s crying because they broke up" and Jang Jae-yeol said, "She"s going to become sexy once she meets an innocent man". He then told his mother that he loved her.
"It"s Okay, That"s Love" is a romantic comedy drama about Jang Jae-yeol a mystery novelist with a compulsion and Ji Hye-soo a humane psychiatrist.
Male Comedy Duo "cultwo" Parodies “That Winter, The Wind Blows” Romantic Ending Scene
Jung Chan Woo plays Jo In Sung’s character, Oh Soo, while the other half of the duo, Kim Tae Kyun, plays Song Hye Gyo’s character, Oh Young. The stills show Jung Chan Woo staring lovingly into Kim Tae Kyun’s eyes, who looks strangely lovely dressed up as a female.
Here are the stills from the real ending of “That Winter, the Wind Blows” featuring Jo In Sung and Song Hye Gyo. What do the readers think? Does Cultwo pull off the same romantic atmosphere?
Song Hye Gyo Looks Beautiful In Behind-The-Scene Photos From “That Winter, The Wind Blows”
In the pictures is actress Song Hye Gyo, who is kindly giving autographs to the fans that came to the set of SBS’s drama “That Winter, The Wind Blows.” Even though the photos have not been photoshopped, Song Hye Gyo still looks perfect. With her flawless skin and beautiful facial features, it is no wonder that Song Hye Gyo is nicknamed “the goddess.”
Netizens that saw these pictures admired, “Song Hye Gyo is so beautiful,” “You are the winner!” “She is the most popular actress nowadays.”
2Ne1 Dara Recreates Cotton Candy Scene From 'that Winter, The Wind Blows'
2NE1 Dara Recreates Cotton Candy Scene from That Winter, the Wind BlowsGirl group 2NE1 member Dara showed her support as a fan of the new SBS drama, "That Winter, the Wind Blows."
In the picture, Dara has her eyes closed and her face buried in the cotton candy. She is trying to recreate the scene from the drama where actors Jo In Sung and Song Hye Kyo have their faces in cotton candy.
Sandara Park Loves The Cotton Candy Scene On “That Winter, The Wind Blows”
On February 20, Sandara Park shared her thoughts on the recent episode of SBS’s drama “That Winter, the Wind Blows” through her twitter. On this episode, Jo In Sung and Song Hye Gyo shared a cotton candy, creating an intimate and romantic scene. Even before its broadcast, this scene received a lot of attention from the netizens.
After seeing this lovely scene, Sandara left an envious message on Twitter, “Cotton candy. They could have bought two, but they shared instead. Yummy. I want a cotton candy too.”
Fans that saw Sandara’s message commented, “I saw that episode too. I am so jealous,” “If you want, I can buy you 10 cotton candies,” “We are all in love with ‘That Winter, the Wind Blows.’”
"that Winter, The Wind Blows" Premiered In China Two Years After Its Release
Jo In Sung and Song Hye Kyo's blockbuster drama "That Winter, The Wind Blows" will hit the small screen of Chinese Anhui TV two years after its original airing release in Korea.
The drama is about a blind woman, played by actress Song Hye Gyo, who closed her doors to everyone in her life and had trouble trusting people until she found a man whom she thought was her brother, played by actor Jo In Sung.
Anhui TV will begin to air other dramas from MBC this year starting with “That Winter, The Wind Blows” which aired last Tuesday. The Chinese channel will also be airing MBC dramas like “My Love From The Stars,” “The Heirs,” “I Can Hear Your Voice,” “A Hundred Year Legacy,” “My Daughter Seoyoung,” and more.
Exo’S D.o. Cast In “That Winter, The Wind Blows” Writer And Director Pair’S Upcoming Summer Drama
EXO member D.O. has been confirmed to play a role in writer Noh Hee Kyung‘s new drama titled “It’s Okay, It’s Love” (working title).
“It’s Okay, It’s Love” will be the second drama that writer Noh Kee Hyung and PD Kim Kyu Tae will be working on together after their last project, “That Winter, the Wind Blows.” “It’s Okay, It’s Love” is said to portray the lives and love of modern people who are living unaware that they are carrying a sickness in their hearts.
D.O. is cast in the role of Han Kang Woo, a high school student aspiring to be a best-selling writer to make his mother happy. Han Kang Woo is a mysterious character who will have a large influence on the development of the drama with his innocence.
That Winter, The Wind Blows Episode 2 Recap And Screenshot
Its easy to write this story as a hopeless man who wants to live meets a hopeful woman who wants to die, or some pithy blurb like that. But there is so much I glimpse in the potential to take us on a journey exploring how broken and battered souls choose to live the life they are given. Ive enjoyed hearing Oh Soos philosophy that he doesnt need a valid reason to justify why he desires to live. Hes right, except he has been living a life that is unfulfilling and rather meaningless. He has a right to live that way, but I see in him a desire to have more emotional nourishment. Oh Young may be rich but her world is dreadful, a prison where her lack of sight binds her to the four corners of her home and limited social existence, and shes surrounded by people she cannot trust. Im hoping there is more to Secretary Wang than simply evil stepmom interloper who wants the fortune. The way she coldly let the Chairmans health crisis go answered ought to be enough to convince me that shes all bad, but my gut tells me there is more to the story than meets the eye. I cant figure out why the Chairman would let his ex-wife take his son and eldest child in the divorce. With his money, he has more than enough to raise both kids and clout to win custody of them as well. Im also unsure of Lawyer Jangs true intentionsis he serving the dead Chairmans wishes to bring Oh Soo back, does he support Oh Young, or does he have his own interest to advance through all of this?
Im finding this drama really enchantingly beautiful to watch, but the OST is thus far really overwrought. I wish the music director would calm the heck down and stop blaring the overly obvious music at every turn. The PD does a great job of inter-cutting the close ups and the wide angle shots, allowing the camera to lovingly capture Jo In Sungs torment, Song Hye Kyos isolation, Kim Bums adoration, and Jung Eun Jis frustration. the four leads have great chemistry with each other, and right now of all the various pairings, its actually Song Hye Kyo and Jo In Sung that doesnt quite rise to the level Im looking for. The potential is there, but they havent quite clicked just yet. Im betting itll happen in episode 3 as their characters spend more time together, because this story of an unexpected love blossoming between two unhappy people who cant technically fall in love is pretty heady stuff. I dont necessarily think itll be romantic, but it ought to be very passionate should it start to take root. As Oh Soo sees in Oh Young this woman who has everything but then nothing at all, he might take a good look at his own empty heart and wish to give her something to fill hers. And along the way, he discovers that he actually has a heart and wants to use it. This drama is shaping up to be worthy of Jo In Sungs return to dramas after a 8-year absence.
Actor Kim Bum Successfully Promotes "that Winter, The Wind Blows" In Japan
Actor Kim Bum successfully finished his promotion of the popular drama That Winter, The Wind Blows in Japan.
Kim Bum greeted about 5,000 excited fans at the Tokyo International Forum in the promotion titled That Winter, The Wind Blows Live Premium Show. This is the second promotion for the drama in Japan after about 2,000 fans attended the first promotion held last June.
Kim Bum and co-star Jo In Sung made the exciting event a special one as the fans got to talk with the actors and hear answers to their questions. Kim Bum also introduced his favourite scenes with the theme of action, tears and love.
Song Hye-Kyo, Best Actress For "that Winter, The Wind Blows"
This awards show chose its candidates out of 75 dramas aired from the 1st of November last year to the 30 of September this year. The Best Actor Award went to Lee Joon-ki of MBC drama "Two Weeks" and Lee Bo-yeong of KBS 2TV "My Daughter Seo-yeong".