Chae Jong Hyeop And Kim Moo Joon Make Park Ju Hyun Nervous With Their Intense War Of Nerves In “Love All Play”
KBS2’s “Love All Play” shared new stills of the upcoming episode!
“Love All Play” is a sports romance drama about a man and a woman who play mixed doubles on a badminton works team called Yunis. Chae Jong Hyeop stars as Park Tae Joon, who only thinks of badminton as his job, while Park Ju Hyun plays Park Tae Yang, a former aspiring Olympian who only lives for sports.
On the previous episode of “Love All Play,” Park Tae Joon and Park Tae Yang headed to the beach and shared a candid conversation. Park Tae Joon found out that the athlete Park Tae Yang hurt three years ago was his older sister Park Joon Young (Park Ji Hyun), raising questions about how their relationship will flow in the future.
The first set of newly released stills show Park Tae Yang and Park Tae Joon returning to Yunis’s training center after a night out. Relationships are strictly forbidden between teammates, and the fact that they got caught staying out together will definitely not sit well with the coaches. In the first couple photos, Joo Sang Hyun (In Gyo Jin), who is known as a tiger coach, is having a morning practice session with the rest of the team, and Park Tae Yang and Park Tae Joon are nowhere to be seen. When they come back, Joo Sang Hyun looks angry, and the stifling atmosphere makes everyone hold their breaths. What kind of penalty will he give Park Tae Yang and Park Tae Joon after hearing their excuse?
The second set of stills preview the intense war of nerves between Park Tae Joon and Yook Jung Hwan (Kim Moo Joon). On the previous episode, Park Tae Yang was eliminated from the competition, but Park Tae Joon managed to make it to the next match.
The photos depict Park Tae Joon and Yook Jung Hwan standing on the court together as partners. It’s strange to see two enemies playing together as a team, and sure enough, they get into a heated confrontation. Park Tae Joon is stationed in the front, while Yook Jung Hwan is positioned in the back. Everything seems to be going smoothly, but suddenly, they exchange deadly glares, and Park Tae Yang, who is watching from the crowd, watches them with worried eyes.
Episode 8 of “Love All Play” will air on May 12 at 9:50 p.m. KST.
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