Best 4 Ending Scenes From “Bride Of The Water God” So Far

2017-08-06 02:01:36 2017-08-06 02:04:59

tvN’s Monday-Tuesday drama “Bride of the Water God” always has viewers waiting for more after each episode is over.  Here are four of the show’s best ending scenes as chosen by a source from the drama’s production crew. See if you agree!

1. Shin Se Kyung and Nam Joo Hyuk’s “God’s servant” awakening kiss

This is the scene that many viewers choose as the most unforgettable scene from the drama. The “Water God” Habaek (Nam Joo Hyuk) says, “Awaken. I bestow you with a divine blessing,” and gives his “servant” So Ah (Shin Se Kyung) a kiss.

2. Nam Joo Hyuk’s transformation into a water dragon

This scene proved that So Ah and Habaek were in fact tied to each other by fate. When So Ah gets pushed off the edge of a tall building by an unidentified assailant, Habaek breaks out of the glass window and transforms into a water dragon to save her. The spectacular computer graphics and realistic acting made viewers hold their breaths during this scene.

3. Nam Joo Hyuk and Im Joo Hwan’s confrontation

From their first encounter, Habaek was suspicious about Hoo Ye (Im Joo Hwan). After finding out about the secret behind Hoo Ye’s birth, he tells Hoo Ye, “You’ve been exposed. You’ve been exposed by me,” and reveals Hoo Ye’s identity. Hoo Ye has an unsettled expression on his face as he hears this. This scene made viewers anticipate the beginning of a fight between the god Habaek and demi god Hoo Ye.

4. Nam Joo Hyuk and Shin Se Kyung’s second kiss

Habaek and So Ah’s second kiss was highly-anticipated by viewers. At the place where they first met, Habaek confesses his feelings for her, but also tells her the sad words, “I will go. I must go.” He kisses her after saying this, as if to imply that he wants to stay by her side forever despite the reality of him having to leave.

Which of these endings had you waiting eagerly for the next episode?

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