In between takes, these two would goof around with each other or with the cameraman. My shipper heart just dropped dead from all the giddiness; so full of rainbows, guys. My favorite part would be when Se Yeon jokingly jabbed Chang Wook’s stomach. Oh, they’re just so comfortable with each other. 😉
Of course, we have their on-screen scenes from the drama. Not in particular order. Here goes:
This would be their first meeting; Jin Se Yeon’s character, Hong Da Mi, played the piano piece that actually belonged to Joo Ji Hoon’s character, Ji Hoo. She got it by accident. Her belongings got swapped with Ji Hoo’s when their bikes collided some days before. At the first photo set, In Ha looked up when he heard Da Mi playing, mainly because he knew that piece and that he also knew it belongs to his brother. And then he spotted Da Mi herself, and he was struck with her. The second photo set, he defended her when that restaurant owner accused her of lying about her school credentials, stating she had no right to be playing the piano because she’s uneducated. In Ha rescued her and “verified” her academic background, saying she indeed went to a prestigious university. It was a lie, of course, but the way he defended her just foretold how far he was willing to go just to protect her interest. Ji Chang Wook and Jin Se Yeon were just oozing with so much chemistry on this episode that even though the whole situation wasn’t at all romantic, I couldn’t actually help but wished she’d rather end up with him. 😀
The way he looks at her…. OMGosh!
In Ha, Chang Wook’s character, was the happiest when he’s with Da Mi. Off-screen, I can say the same thing. 🙂
Even though In Ha was claustrophobic, he still went with Da Min on Ferris wheel (or was it Ferris wheel? I forgot, sorry) ride. While they were there, his phobia attacked and he ended up sprawled on the floor, catching his precious breath. He wanted to be with her so much he ignored his own fears. Not to mention the exchange of smiles between these two just almost knocked me unconscious.
Ok, fine, In Ha’s a stalker. But despite his clingy attitude, I couldn’t help but pity him. Specially when he came to her aid once again as Da Mi slipped on the steel ladder and almost fell.
This! This is my ultimate favorite scene. Although it only happened in In Ha’s mind while he was drunk, it was just so epic. Nothing gets me more than a handsome man in some angsty moment, and Chang Wook looked so handsome despite looking disheveled. And then when he turned around, and saw Da Mi, who was actually not Da Mi, that look of desperation and longing in his eyes just killed me. I squealed like an idiot when he walked towards her and then imprisoned her in his arms. I thought she was small but she looked as though she was made to be there, in his strong arms, with his muscles tensed and hard. My heart! Oh, my heart!
(the consolation in this scene: this scenario might not have happened in the drama per se, but BTS-wise, Chang Wook DID hugged Se Yeon. Haha… My ship can sail off-screen, I won’t totally mind.)
(photo credit to dangermousie)