‘Now, we’re breaking up’ Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong’s special melodrama begins.
The most anticipated drama in the second half of 2021, SBS’s new Friday-Saturday drama ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’ (hereafter Jihe-joong) 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. It is expected that the best production crew and the best actors will meet and color the small screen this fall with a deep melodic sensibility.
‘Jihejung’ is a melodrama. In melodrama, the roles of the male and female protagonists who fall in love in the play are very important. This is because the better the acting breathing of the two actors, the more immersed the viewers in the play. In this sense, the meeting between Song Hye-kyo (Ha Young-eun) and Jang Ki-yong (Yoon Jae-guk), the protagonists of ‘Ji He-jung’, who raised expectations for an all-time chemistry with the casting news alone, is bound to raise expectations.
In the midst of this, the main poster for ‘Jihejung’ was released. In the main poster, Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong are facing each other from a close distance as if they could hear each other’s heartbeat. You can guess how intense and deep the love between two people in ‘Jihejung’ can be through the affectionate eyes looking at each other, the nose touching each other, and the touching skinship that is not provocative. It’s a perfect two-shot that satisfies expectations and remains.
Here, the copy that reads “Let’s love only while we’re apart” is impressive. The title of ‘Jihejung’ reminds me of parting at first glance. However, through teaser posters and teaser trailers that were previously released, the breakup in ‘Jihejung’ is not the end of love, but a process of love. And through this main poster copy, this message was revealed once more clearly.
The main poster of ‘Jihe-jung’ showed the harmony of the twinkling visuals of Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong, the two main characters falling in love in the play, as well as perfect acting breathing that induces strong tension. Here, the special message contained in the title of the drama and the atmosphere of love in the play are also included. I am curious and looking forward to the first broadcast of this special drama ‘Jihejung’ just with the poster that caught the moment.
Meanwhile, SBS’ new Friday-Saturday drama ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’ is written by Jane of ‘Misty’ and director Lee Gil-bok of ‘Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim 2’, and Writer Line & Kang Eun-kyung, creators of ‘Misty’ and ‘The World of the Married’, participated. did.
The most anticipated drama in the second half of 2021, ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’ will air its first episode on November 12th at 10 PM after ‘Wonder Woman’.