‘Bridal Mask’ Joo Won and Park Ki Woong Cry and Emotionally Hug After The Last Filming

Park Ki Woong shed tears after the last filming for the drama. After seeing Park Ki Woong cry, Joo Won warmly hugged him.
On the KBS 2TV program ‘Entertainment Weekly,’ that aired on September 8th, the place where the last filming of ‘Bridal Mask’ took place, was revealed.

After all of the filming ended, Joo Won stated, “during the scene where it was emotional, I had a good cry. The filming ending, but it doesn’t feel like it ended,” and he talked in a bittersweet way.

Then after, Park Ki Woong gave his all during the last filming. After the filming ended, he couldn’t take the fact that it was the last one, and he ended up shedding tears. As Joo Won and Jin Se Yeon saw Park Ki Woong cry, they comforted him and showed their friendship by hugging him.

After he cried, he was asked why he cried. Park Ki Woong responded, “I didn’t cry,” and pretended as if he never did and made the people laugh. Park Ki Woong then added, “as I acted out the role of Shunji, I had a great deal of difficulty. After the first time I was a main character in a movie, I cried for the first time.”

Source: KDramaStars

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7 thoughts on “‘Bridal Mask’ Joo Won and Park Ki Woong Cry and Emotionally Hug After The Last Filming

  1. she was died because of gun shot by shunji instead for kang to …….she block her body to protect kangto to not shot cause of angered by shunji that he saw them mokdan and kangto marriage happily………..jealousy forever until the end……..till death do us part

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