Ahn Jae Hyun And Cha Joo Young Share A Tense Exchange At An Important Family Gathering In “The Real Has Come!”
KBS2’s new weekend drama has previewed the upcoming episode!
“The Real Has Come!” tells the chaotic story of a single mom who gets into a contractual fake relationship with a man fervently opposed to marriage. Baek Jin Hee stars as the charming and easygoing Oh Yeon Doo, a language instructor who is a rising star in the internet lecture industry. Ahn Jae Hyun plays Gong Tae Kyung, a talented obstetrician and gynecologist who is determined not to get married.
Previously, Gong Tae Kyung and Oh Yeon Doo got off on the wrong foot through a misunderstanding. Due to Oh Yeon Doo’s mistake, Gong Tae Kyung was mistakenly accused of being a cheater, and Gong Tae Kyung’s step-grandmother Eun Geum Shil (Kang Bu Ja) started to pressure him into an arranged marriage with Jang Se Jin (Cha Joo Young).
The newly releases stills feature Gong Tae Kyung’s family in hanbok (Korean traditional attire) and Jang Se Jin’s parents as they gather together in one location. Although Gong Tae Kyung and Jang Se Jin are close to the extent that they have been well-acquainted with each other’s family since they were young, they exude completely different atmospheres in the stills.
Gong Tae Kyung is dressed in a clean-cut suit as he gazes intensely at Jang Se Jin as if he has something to say to her. Meanwhile, Jang Se Jin is dressed elegantly in hanbok, hinting that they are at an important event. The two face off with stiff expressions, making viewers curious about what will occur in the upcoming episode.
Furthermore, Gong Tae Kyung’s family members including Eun Geum Shil, Gong Chan Sik (Hong Yo Seob), Lee In Ok (Cha Hwa Yeon), Gong Cheon Myung (Choi Dae Chul), Yeom Soo Jung (Yoon Joo Hee), and Gong Ji Myung (Choi Ja Hye) as well as Jang Se Jin’s parents Jang Ho (Kim Chang Wan) and Joo Hwa Ja (Lee Kan Hee) are gathered together. Gong Tae Kyung’s family members are all smiles amidst a bright atmosphere, but Jang Ho and Joo Hwa Ja look somewhat uncomfortable with dark expressions, raising tension.
The next episode of “The Real Has Come!” airs on March 26 at 8:05 p.m. KST.
Watch the first episode of “The Real Has Come!” below: