Joo ji hoon and yoon eun hye dating
Shin and Chae Gyung, portrayed by Ju Ji Hoon and Yoon Eun Hye respectively, made their characters evolve as the romance between them escalated steadily.The heartfelt lines were superbly delivered, and left the viewers feeling the pain and the bliss of the moment.On their wedding day, Hyo Rin tries to reach her ballerina dream, then changes her intention and realizes too late that she wants Lee Shin more than anything in her life.Chae Gyung enters the Palace and proceeds with her princess training, while she often bickers with Lee Shin.Superbly delivered heartfelt lines and saccharine scenes abound .It plays with the viewers’ emotions through its depiction of relationship inhibitions.Offscreen chemistry: sizzling Status: Kaput after 2 years.
If not for his father’s death, he was supposed to become the Crown Prince.Lee Shin who was rejected when he proposed to his girlfriend Min Hyo Rin agreed to the marriage talk, which originated from his late grandfather’s wish to marry his descendant to the descendant of a palace worker who saved his life.That person turned out to be Chae Gyung’s grandfather.Modernizing the usual Royal Family’s internal power struggle as its main driving conflict, the romance prospered for the couple who had difficulty admitting their true feelings.
Threading on a smooth love progression, the narrative draws its addictive hook from how the love begins from nothing at all to I-want-you-to be-always-beside-me kind of adoration.
Eventually though and without realizing it, she soon finds herself falling in love with him.