Well ok, that, and the fact that as I chewed on my answer to the latest comment, I realized that there were just too many facets to the answer than I felt could fit reasonably into a simple comment.
Basically, the question is, have kdramas gotten worse / more “dumbed down” in recent years?
In addition, in previous kiss scenes I didn’t get a good response from them. Park Shi Hoo also said, he heard that when his character is getting close to Hye Ri, it should look like a performance, and that he would act like that because he got drunk.
Originally his personality is quite introverted and shy, so when after drinking he became more intimate, he would becoming quite an amusing person.
So recently, a couple of comments on the blog have combined to give me pause for thought.
And instead of just answering the latest question in the comments section, I thought it was interesting enough, and thought-provoking enough, to put it all in a new post, and see what you guys think.
They play a married couple who discovers what true love is after one spouse dies. I dislike everything about Yoon Eun Hye’s dowdy bridal look for this movie from the wrapped off-the-shoulder heavy fabric dress to her twenties flapper hairdo, but I have to say the two leads look like they are genuinely enjoying the filming process.
fans are unwilling to let go of this possible coupling (myself included), which is simply a testament to their chemistry.
Though it is a relatively early-2010 drama, here’s hoping that SBS recognizes the two actors and at awards them a Best Couple Award by the end of the year.
Last week we mentioned Park Shin Hye, Song Hye Kyo, Yoon Eun Hye, Kim Tae Hee and Han Ga In as being among kdrama's most beautiful actresses.
Given the limited amount of space in that article, we could only mention a few.