[스포츠서울 | 김선우기자]’Now, We’re Breaking Up’ Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong met in the rain.
The anticipated drama for the second half of the year, SBS’s new Friday-Saturday drama ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up (hereafter Jihe-jung)’ will be broadcasted for the first time on November 12. ‘Jihejung’ is written as ‘farewell’ and read as ‘love’, it is a sweet, salty, spicy, bitter breakup actually. Song Hye-kyo (played by Ha Young-eun) and Jang Ki-yong (played by Yoon Jae-guk) are receiving a lot of attention, foretelling a special love story.
Earlier, the production team of ‘Jihejung’ drew attention by releasing a mood teaser reminiscent of a music video. The black-and-white photo of the main character, Song Hye-kyo, on fire and rolling couplings are in exquisite harmony with the sweet melody of Car the Garden’s ‘STAY’, which is inserted into the OST of the play. In particular, it is a reaction that the copy of ‘Our love is in progress’, which contrasts with the title of ‘break up’, left a deep impression.
In the midst of this, the first teaser for ‘Jihejung’ was released on the 19th. Unlike the previously released mood teaser, this time, the main characters Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong, who fall in love in the play, appear directly and draw attention.
The first teaser for ‘Jihejung’ begins with Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong looking at each other in the rain. In the eyes of two men and women facing each other with one umbrella, deep feelings of love such as affection, sorrow, and vagueness are felt. The moment the two people’s eyes meet, the viewer’s heart sinks. At that moment, a copy of ‘Let’s love only while we break up’ appears, raising the emotion to the extreme. Through this, you can feel the message of the drama that the breakup in ‘Jihejung’ is not a parting that turns around, but a process of love.
Then, Song Hye-kyo, whose eyes are wet as if tears are about to fall, and Jang Ki-yong, standing tall with the umbrella they shared together, are crossed. The melodramatic chemistry of the two actors, who gives such a suffocating love sensibility just by looking at each other just by facing each other in the rain, excites admiration. It is not a short video of 30 seconds, but the melodramatic chemistry of these people who will be unfolded in this drama is expected to go crazy.
Meanwhile, SBS’ new Friday-Saturday drama ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’ is directed by Jane of ‘Misty’ and director Lee Gil-bok of ‘Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim 2’. did. ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’ will be aired for the first time at 10 pm on November 12, following ‘Wonder Woman’.
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