Jo Jung Suk and IU In Romantic Stills For Drama, 'Stuck In An Island'
By Staff Writer | July 13, 2013 04:27 PM EDT
Recently, IU was given a chance to star in a new Korean drama by KBS. It showcases how IU gives life to her character and not just she's good in singing but also has talent in acting.
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KBS already revealed a new still from its newest airing Korean drama which covers the weekend slot stating, "You're the Best, Lee Soon Shin," one of their episodes features Jo Jung Suk and IU spending the night together in an island and some sweet moments between them were captured by the camera.
The episode stills are from what will be broadcasted July 13, in which Jo Jung Suk and IU story involved getting stuck on an island and both of them are forced to stay overnight in a rented room. This gives a chance for IU's character named Lee Soon Shin, and actor Jo Jung Suk's character named Jun Ho, to spend some alone time and having their moments together after last week's revelation episode in which Lee Soon Shin finally admits to herself that she has feelings for Jun Ho.
These stills give so much expectation and thrill to viewers to get them hooked to this drama. They probably would wish it could speed forward for a more romantic plot between Lee Soon Shin and Jun Ho.
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