A kiss was captured during a blackout between Jang Ki-yong and Lee Hye-ri on tvN’s “My Roommate Is a Gumiho”.
“My Roommate Is a Gumiho” (directed by Nam Sung-woo/playwright Baek Sun-woo, Choi Bo-rim/production studio Dragon, JTBC Studio) is an impersonal romantic comedy of 999-year-old Gumiho, Shin Woo-yeo, and Lee Dam, a human born in 1999.
In the last broadcast, Shin Woo-yeo (played by Jang Ki-yong) and Lee Dam (played by Lee Hye-ri) showed a spectacular early stage of their relationship, and the unusual romance between Gumiho and humans raised and lowered women’s hearts. In particular, San-shin (Ko Kyung-pyo) provoked Woo-yeo in front of Woo-yeo, saying, “Humans are connected to humans,” and weaving Dam and Gye Sun-woo (Bae In-hyuk) into a red thread of fate, and let’s see where fate will head. Attention has been drawn to future developments to see if Woo-yeo and Dam will be able to protect the love between Gumiho and humans.
Meanwhile, the thrilling kisses of Woo-yeo and Dam are captured in the darkness, stealing attention. In the released stills, Woo-yeo and Dam are sitting on the floor. This was caused by a sudden power outage that caused the two to fall. Woo-yeo is supporting Dam from behind, and she is close to him as if she is hugging him.
The ensuing still contains two sweet kisses. The close distance between the two, almost touching their lips, gives thrilling excitement. In addition, Woo-yeo had previously refrained from touching Dam after returning the beads to prevent her from losing her energy. Expectations are rising for the main broadcast to see whether Woo-yeo lost his reason and ran wild again, and how they ended up kissing.
The 11th episode of tvN’s “My Roommate Is a Gumiho” will air at 10:30 p.m. on Thursday.
[Shin Young-eun, Star Today reporter]
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