If you’re on the hunt for a brand new K-drama to hang out with, nonetheless, this might be right for you.
Inspired by a popular webtoon, it follows the lives of two college students who have their own reasons for not being in love.
Yoo Na-bi, played by Han So-hee from Married World, had a bad experience with her first relationship, to the point that she begins to question the love and even the existence of soul mates.
We’ve all been there, my daughter.
Song Kang’s character, Park Jae-eon, on the other hand, doesn’t let anyone get close to him. He also doesn’t like going out with someone.
Of course, that will all change once they see each other.
The show premiered on June 19, and the general consensus is that Song Kang’s playing was pretty clunky.
Some commented that they couldn’t believe the 27-year-old wasn’t a rookie and his facial expressions for the role were obnoxious.
Others have brushed him off as one of those actors who just looks good but is incapable of acting.
Well, I guess you can’t deny the first part of that statement. I mean, look at him.
However, episode two – released on June 26 – could tip the scales in Song Kang’s favor. If not for acting, then maybe for those romantic scenes.
Spoiler alert: It’s going to get a little sexy and scorching from here. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Throughout the short scene we hear slow music in the background. Na-bi and Jae-eon exchange thoughts on a clear night.
She’s a little unsure of her next move and stops for a second as he assures her that he isn’t forcing her to do something she doesn’t want.
You almost have the impression that the scene is moving in slow motion, you just have to kiss each other already!
In the end, they end up kissing (Yay!) and Na-bi knows she’s signed up for a hell of a ride with Jae-eon.
It’s time to admit, we’re all suckers for that kind of perfect movie scene. No shame in admitting it.
In a separate scene, we see exactly why the episode was rated 19+. It’s basically a full two minutes of Na-bi and Jae-eon going into a slow romantic song.
He arrives at her door and immediately introduces himself with a passionate kiss. Na-bi doesn’t resist and they walk over to the couch.
Layers of clothing start to fade as they get comfortable with each other.
Okay, I don’t need to be more specific, do I? You have to know where it is going. (If not, just watch the video.)
Unfortunately for Na-bi, nothing has materialized after this as she wakes up from her sleep. It was just a racy dream, dammit.
A music video of the scene, posted to YouTube just two days ago (June 28), has garnered over two million views and has fans gushing and blushing.
In the comments section, many gave director Kim Ga-ram props to create a passionate and sultry scene from a different perspective. He didn’t have the mundane masculine look that you find in many sex scenes and fans of Nevertheless lazy him.
We admit that they certainly caught our attention. Head over to Netflix on July 3 to watch episode three.
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