Park Bo-gum is Finally Back on the Small Screen and with Song Hye-kyo no Less

Song Hye-kyo drinking a drink and Park Bo-gum smelling a flower
It is officially confirmed. Park Bo-gum (박보검) and Song Hye-kyo (송혜교) will be on the small screen together in an upcoming drama. There will be so much beauty on the screen it will just melt.

Everyone is going crazy about the whole “kissing your best friends wife” thing. But I think about it a little differently.

I heard that actors would much rather do a kissing scene or intimate scene with someone they know because they know that their space will be respected. The same goes for their spouses. If they know the actor that their husband or wife will work with, then they know that this person will keep it professional and won’t get a little too handsy or kiss a little too long, you know what I mean?

So now that Song Hye-kyo and Song Joong-ki are married, it probably feels best to Song Joong-ki and Song Hae-kyo for his acting friend to be in a role with her instead of some random dude that may or may not have a future #metoo allegation. I’m sure Song Joong-ki will not feel the need to be on set every single day since his trustworthy friend is with his wife.

So, now that all that is aside. I absolutely cannot wait to see Park Bo-gum back on the small screen. This kid broods with the best of them, the camera loves his feels, and he is one of those handsome guys that can actually act supremely well, not just kind of act, this man can ACT.

I love Song Hye-kyo as well. She brings that old-school hallyu charm that I hope smolders from my screen. Not too sure about the writer because the track record is not the best, but hopefully with this much star power, they will have a team of writers that will help out.

Boyfriend is still looking for a broadcast station and an airing date, but come on, who does not want this drama?

Source AsianWiki, Vogue

6 Comments

  1. JY299
    July 9, 2018 / 5:25 pm

    @V
    Hey V, nice post!, like the whole “flower boy” thing LOL. Sigh, only Song Hye Kyo could pull off the ever younger male lead thing!

    New site is looking great BTW. A little tickled by Secretary Kim appearing next to this post – still think of the actor as Dong Man though I also think of him as part of Youn’s Kitchen.

    Going to be back in hospital for another procedure soon, hoping to beat the boredom with drama, any recommendations?

    • V
      Author
      July 9, 2018 / 7:14 pm

      I hope your procedure goes well!

      I have so many recommendation for you! I will be back to this post with many many many.

      • V
        Author
        July 11, 2018 / 5:16 pm

        Okay, sending good thoughts your way and I have a list for you!

        Go Back Couple (sad first 30 minutes but then light and fluffy)
        I am Not a Robot (light and fluffy)
        Eulachacha Waikiki (so funny)
        Children of a Lesser God (scary, but so good!)
        The Great Seducer (I think you might have watched this one? It was a big ol hot mess, but it was entertaining in the ???’ness of it all)
        My Ajusshi (LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE)
        Something in the Rain (started out great, high quality)
        Mistress (GOOD)
        Suits (a little slow, but it was nice to watch for the bromance)
        Switch Change the World (Straight fun with no strings attached)
        Lawless Lawyer (all over the place, but fun in its not making sense-ness)

  2. Shayri
    July 10, 2018 / 1:40 pm

    This sounds great. I have great expectations from Park Bo Gum. Only saw Song Hye-Kyo in DOTS, she felt pretty average to me there.

  3. plekto
    July 14, 2018 / 7:06 am

    Since you mentioned old-school hallyu, I want to ask you, which shows would you characterise as such/which series do you think were part of the hallyu wave? Please make a list for me (like the one you made above, with explanations too), pretty please!! I don’t mind how long it will be, I’m just curious. Maybe I can find something good to watch too.
    Thank you!!

    • V
      Author
      July 14, 2018 / 10:14 am

      Okay, off the top of my head, the hallyu explosion was kicked off with the “Seasons Dramas” that were all created by one PD and exploded several people to ultra super stardom: Autumn in My Heart (Won Bin, Song Hye-kyo, Song Sung-hyun, Moon Geun-yeong), Winter Sonata, Summer Scent, and Spring Waltz. The first two drama’s basically exploded into the world.

      For Song Hye-kyo is would also suggest checking out Hotelier, All In, and Full House. The drama’s are pretty dated, but they are a taste of the hallyu wave at the turn of the millenium.

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