More and more movie fans are falling for actor Kim Seon Ho these days.
He plays the main lead in tvN’s “Hometown Cha Cha Cha”, who captures the hearts of the viewers every weekend.
Kim Seon Ho as Hong Doo Sik, or “Chief Hong” in the movie, has recently received explosive reactions from female fans. In each episode, the camera would spend around 10 minutes focusing on showing his unique sentimental eyes, which created many unforgettable scenes so far.
In fact, the attractive points of “Hometown Cha Cha Cha” are not limited to the chemistry between the male and female leads, Hong Doo Sik and Yoon Hye Jin (Shin Min Ah).
The bromance of Doo Sik and the entertainment PD Ji Sung Hyun (Lee Sang Yi) is also drawing great attention.
The tension that the 2 characters create in the movie is really strange, with Yoon Hye Jin in between. The relationship of these two in this relationship triangle is slightly different from what we often see in other movies. Instead of jealousy, a friendship between the 2 men is emphasized.
In particular, the production team of “Hometown Cha Cha Cha” once explained, “We create this relationship that looks different from other love triangles in which the two men always jealous with each other and try to take away the woman. If you pay attention to the relationship between Doo Sik and Sung Hyun, who have completely different personalities, and how Hye Jin appears in between them, you will realize many funny and interesting stories.”
There were some scenes when the viewers noticed that the bromance stood out even more impressively than the male and female romance.
In this regard, Netflix recently made everyone laugh so hard by uploading an edited video of Doo Sik and Sung Hyun on their official Twitter account on September 22.
They compiled the scenes when these 2 characters built their friendship and added Doo Sik’s eyes that were full of love (which was actually looking at Hye Jin) together and created a bromance short film.
In response, netizens showed explosive reactions, such as, “Kim Seon Ho’s eyes are at fault”, “I’ve never expected Netflix to edit a video like this”, “Netflix is such a crazy, when did they learn about this”