'Childless Comfort' Lee Do Young and Son Naeun On a Date

By Staff Writer | December 02, 2012 04:44 PM EST

'Childless Comfort' Lee Do Young and Son Naeun On a Date

Lee Do Young and A Pink's Son Naeun went on a date.

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For their JTBC drama "Childless Comfort," the youngest couple Lee Do Young and Son Naeun has been slowly romancing each other while working at their cafe. On the Sunday episode, the two of them will walk through Incheon, arm in arm.

The two stars seem much closer than before and the photo shows them very friendly with each other and they are obviously very comfortable with each other. 

Viewers are wondering why they made their way out to Incheon and while at a restaurant, Son Naeun seems happy, whereas Lee Do Young's expression seems more glum and heavy. 

The date scene was filmed in October in Incheon. The shoot went on in a market, which was very difficult to control but they were able to capture the chaotic environment. Despite the loudness around them, the two actors focused and showed off great team work. 

The drama said, "The youngest couple will definitely breathe a lot of energy into the drama and the romance. Stay tuned to see how they work out their relationship."

Tagged :  JTBC, Childless Comfort, Lee Do Young, A Pink, Son Naeun

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