The moment when male and female actors were really close to each other is making viewers flutter.
On Nov 17th, KBS2’s drama “The King’s Affection” released a behind-the-scenes making video for episodes 11~12 on various streaming sites.
In the video, the chemistry between Rowoon and Park Eun-bin, the male and female protagonists in the work, drew attention. On that day, the two joked around in a comfortable atmosphere and agonized over the angle ahead of the kiss scene. As soon as the filming began, they were immersed in it and burst into tears.
Their chemistry came alive more during the break. Rowoon naturally grabbed Park Eun-bin‘s shoulders and arms and lifted them up. Park Eun-bin smiled brightly as if it had happened often. She explained, “He keeps lifting me instead of dumbbells because he can’t exercise now.” Rowoon also jokingly said, “Sis, you should try lifting me once.”
After that, Park Eun-bin as Hwi was hit by an arrow in her arm and ran away, after which the two had a lovely-dovey scene. When Rowoon lifted her up, Park Eun-bin stomped in the air and said, “I wondered what it would have been like to run away like this,” drawing laughter.
Viewers and netizens could not hide their excitement at the natural skinship of the two leads. Naver TV users said, “Why do you two look so good together? Just you two being together makes me fluttered,” “Rowoon and Park Eun-bin are so cute,” “They’re so funny,” “Can’t you two date?”,” “They’ll start getting feelings,” “Park Eun-bin and Rowoon’s arm length differenceㅠㅠ,” and “I can’t get out of this.”
Users on online communities also said, “This makes me want to watch the drama,” “They must be really close,” “They look good together,” “They make me flutter,” “They look happy,” “The chemistry between the actors must be good for the drama to do well,” “Rowoon is the puppy type of person to get on well with both men and women and likes to skinship.”
KBS2’s “The King’s Affection” is a romance drama about a twin abandoned for being a girl who becomes a crown prince through the death of her prince-twin brother. The drama will broadcast with a total of 20 episodes every Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 p.m.