The scene of Jang Ki-yong and Hye-ri’s cozy date in “My Roommate Is a Gumiho” was released.
The production team of tvN’s drama “My Roommate Is a Gumiho (written by Baek Sun-woo, directed by Nam Sung-woo)” released a still cut of the filming of Jang Ki-yong and Hyeri’s cozy Han River date ahead of the show on the 9th.
In the last 4th episode, the romance between Shin Woo-yeo (played by Jang Ki-yong) and Dam (played by Lee Hye-ri), who only two people did not know, created excitement. Woo-yeo was jealous of Gye Sun-woo (played by Bae In-hyuk), who showed interest in Dam, and Dam couldn’t control his trembling heart whenever she saw Woo-yeo.
In particular, Woo-yeo’s novel reading ending for the end of the broadcast left a lingering impression, raising expectations for future developments as the start of a full-fledged romance is predicted.
Meanwhile, in the released still cut, Woo-yeo and Dam went on a date at the Han River. Dam seems to be trying to avoid Woo-yeo’s eyes and using his cell phone, but Woo-yeo does not give in to him and stares at Dam’s face.
In the picture of the two walking on a maple street, a sweet atmosphere like any other couple catches the eye. The cozy atmosphere, which is already considered a couple, has raised expectations for future developments.
The production team said, “As Woo-yeo realizes his feelings for Dam, the romance begins in earnest,” and added, “Please look forward to Woo-yeo’s expression of his feelings toward Dam in the process.”
“My Roommate Is a Gumiho” is an inhumane romantic comedy in which 999-year-old Gumiho Shin Woo-yeo (played by Jang Ki-yong) and Lee Dam (played by Lee Hye-ri), human born in 1999, live together due to beads. Episode 5 will air at 10:30 p.m. on the 9th.
[Ha Seobin, Star Today intern reporter]
A still cut from ‘Cohabiting falling apart’. Provided by tvN
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