"When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon" inspection Yoo Seung Ho X Crown Prince Byun Woo Seok, good-looking chemistry 
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"When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon" inspection Yoo Seung Ho X Crown Prince Byun Woo Seok, good-looking chemistry 
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  • 승인 2021.12.14 20:32
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[BBANGYA NEWS | Reporter Khaing] "When flowers bloom, think of the moon", and Yoo Seung-ho and Byun Woo-seok show off their unexpected good-looking chemistry, raising expectations.

KBS 2TV's new Monday-Tuesday drama "When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon" (directed by Hwang In-hyuk / Playbook Kim A-rok / Produced by Yoo Flower Thinking of the Moon and People Story Company Co., Ltd.) released Namyoung (Yoo Seung-ho's two-shot division) on the 14th.

"When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon" is a fusion historical drama that adds dramatic imagination only by bringing Geumjuryeong Pass, which was issued during the Joseon Dynasty, to the background. In the work, four youths rebelling against the taboo set by the world, of which Nam-young and Prince Nalari, played by Yoo Seung-ho and Byun Woo-seok, are expected to induce viewers to smile with unexpected chemistry.

The released still shows Nam-young and Lee Pyo accidentally facing each other on the street where the April Elementary File Festival took place. Namyeong has sharp eyes as if chasing someone. Lee Pyo is walking freely on the street hiding his status as a crown prince.

Subsequently, the two were seen grabbing each other by the collar in the middle of the festival street. Lee Pyo is expressing anger by grabbing Nam-young's collar, and Nam-young seems very embarrassed as if she had not expected such appearance.

It raises curiosity about why the two prosecutors of the Ministry of Justice and the crown prince are having such an accident.

Earlier in a written interview, Yoo Seung-ho predicted the bromance with Byun Woo-suk as Lee Pyo, saying, "There is also an action scene between the two of us, so please check it out in a drama," adding, "We also had a good chemistry with Woo-suk." Nam-young's anger was also better expressed because of her sly acting. "He's older than me in the field, but he accepts me well like a friend," he said, raising expectations.

Meanwhile, "When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon," which will premiere on the 20th, is the most powerful abstinence era in history, and a "Asulasul" chase romance of a smuggler woman who tries to change her life by making alcohol and monitoring principles to crack down on smugglers.
 


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