A special melodrama of Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong begins in "Now, We Are Breaking Up."
On the 29th, the main poster of SBS's new Friday-Saturday drama "Now, We're breaking up" (written by Jane, directed by Lee Gil-bok, creators Glein & Kang Eun-kyung, produced by Samhwa Networks and UAA).
"Now, We Are Breaking Up" is a sweet, salty, spicy, and bitter breakup Actually written as "Parting" and read as "Love." The best production crew and best actors are expected to meet and color the small screen with a deep melodrama sensibility this fall.
"Now, We're breaking up" is a melodrama. In melodrama, the roles of male and female protagonists falling in love in the play are very important. This is because the better the acting chemistry between the two actors, the more viewers can immerse themselves in the play. In this sense, the meeting between Song Hye-kyo (Ha Young-eun) and Jang Ki-yong (Yoon Jae-guk), the main characters of "Now, We're breaking up," made people expect all-time chemistry just by the news of the casting, is bound to increase expectations.
Meanwhile, Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong are facing each other from a close distance as if they could hear each other's hearts in the main poster of "Now, We're breaking up." You can guess how intense and deep the love between the two in "Now, We're breaking up" will be through affectionate eyes toward each other, close nose, and non-provoking and more exciting touches. It's a perfect two-shot that meets expectations and remains.
Here, the copy of "Let's love only while we break up" is impressive. The title "Now, We Are Breaking Up" reminds us of a breakup at first glance. However, through the teaser posters and teaser trailers released earlier, the breakup in "Now, We Are Breaking Up" was not the end of love, but a process of love. And through this main poster copy, this message was once again clearly revealed.
The main poster of "Now, We're breaking up" showed the harmony of the two main characters, Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong, who fall in love in the play, as well as perfect acting breathing that causes strong tension. Here, it contains a special message in the title of the drama and the atmosphere of love in the play. I'm curious and looking forward to the first episode of such a special drama "Now, We're breaking up" just with the poster that captured the moment.
Meanwhile, "Now, We Are Breaking Up" will premiere at 10 p.m. on November 12th following "One The Woman."