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"The King Loves" Im Si-wan and Yoona in the forest

2017/05/11 | Permalink | Source

MBC drama "The King Loves" stars Im Si-wan and Yoona were seen on a date in the forest.

"The King Loves" is based in the Koryeo times about three men and women's mixed love and desires. This mellow fiction period drama was 100% pre-produced and the cast is made up of Im Si-wan, Yoona, Hong Jong-hyun, Oh Min-suk, Jung Bo-suk, Jang Young-nam and Kim Ho-jin.

The stills shows King Won (Im Si-wan) and Eun-san (Yoona) taking a walk amongst the pine trees. They are making eye contact. Im Si-wan is looking at Yoona with a quiet gaze and she's looking at him with shining eyes.

Yoona has her skirt in her hands as she walks and looking down at the ground while Im Si-wan is walking alongside her without a word.

"The King Loves" is being filmed all around the country to capture the most beautiful images of nature in the drama.

Meanwhile, "The King Loves" will be released on MBC this year.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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