'A Gentleman's Dignity' Jang Dong Gun and Kim Ha Neul Exchange Gifts
By Staff Writer | August 10, 2012 09:14 PM EDT
"A Gentleman's Dignity" Jang Dong Gun and Kim Ha Neul are unveiling a very meaningful love story.
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In the series finale, Jang Dong Gun gives Kim Ha Neul 3 love symbols, showing off his character's more romantic side.
In the drama, Kim Do Jin (Jang Dong Gun) and Seo Yee Soo (Kim Ha Neul) have confirmed their love for each other and are continuing their sweet romance. Do Jin gives her a present everytime they meet. In his box is a white dress, a lollypop and a cute tiara. However, audiences are curious because they see that Seo Yee Soo is giving these gifts weird looks. How their romance will be resolved is still a mystery.
This scene was filmed in a cafe in Nonhyundong on July 28th. Jang Dong Gun and Kim Ha Neul had to switch into many different outfits for the scene since they had to be in the same place but act out multiple days. The two actors didn't really discuss much but they were able to show good teamwork and similar fashion styles, creating the perfect couple look.
They were seen monitoring their scripts together because of the high number of scenes they have together. They were always good to give each other advice and could read each other's minds when it came to filming scenes together. Sources say that they were a huge influence in keeping up the spirit of the set.
With the series finale looming for this weekend, the anticipation is growing as the love stories are reaching their end and whether they will be resolved happily is a question all audience members are asking. Both Do Jin and Yee Soo have confessed their love and Choi Yoon (Kim Min Jong) has also told Me Ari about his feeling as well.
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