‘Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha’ released the undisclosed cuts of the romantic ending of Shin Min-ah and Kim Seon-ho, who decorated the last two episodes of the show.
In the released stills, Shin Min-ah and Kim Seon-ho’s eye contact is contained, which infinitely stimulates the excitement of the viewers. In the two people who are completely focused on each other on the rocky shore where there is no one else, the fight from the first meeting disappears, and only the sweetness that makes the heart flutter is felt, making it even more impossible to take your eyes off of them.
Here, the romantic moment unfolding on the rocks between the blue sea and the sky adds to the beautiful scenery created by nature, allowing you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere. Not only that, the pose of the two people, which reminds me of a scene in a movie, is impressive.
Kim Seon-ho, who reached out his hand so that he could stand on the rocks, and Shin Min-ah, who held his hand, looked like they could hear their pounding heartbeat. Then, Kim Seon-ho is holding Shin Min-ah’s waist with her arms tightly. The eyes of the two people who faced each other in such a super close state completed the perfect ‘breathing’ moment. This is a scene where the delicate breathing of the two people who gave a deeper impact because it was a momentary moment created by chance rather than planned.
In particular, in the behind-the-scenes video that was released a while ago, it became a hot topic because it was possible to get a glimpse of the process of filming this romantic ending scene. Not only did they go through numerous rehearsals to complete the ending pose, but also Kim Seon-ho made a shade by hand so that Shin Min-ah could avoid the hot sun during filming.
In the last 2 episodes, Hye-jin (Shin Min-ah), who started dentistry in Gongjin, a sea village where everything is unfamiliar, with the help of Doo-sik (Kim Seon-ho), she was clumsy but was adjusting to the village one by one. Patients started to come to Hye-jin’s dentistry, which was taken by the villagers as a scoundrel in Seoul, but thanks to Doo-sik, who went to work as if it was his job.
Hye-jin, who was sincerely grateful for this, went to meet Doo-sik, who was fishing on the seashore to convey her feelings, and as a result, the romantic ending scene that caused viewers’ infinite excitement was born. Expectations are being raised about what changes will occur in the relationship between these two people in the future, while interest is growing as to whether Hye-jin, who has started a difficult period of entry into the public domain, will be able to get along well with the villagers with Doo-sik’s full support.
Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha broadcasts every Saturday and Sunday at 9 pm.