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  • Do-woo and Kyung-ah of “The Slingshot” Get Married
  • [2009-05-29]
  • A wedding ceremony was held on May 21 at a cathedral in Suwon. The bride and the groom were Kyung-ah (played by Park Shi-yeon) and Do-woo (played by Kim Kang-woo) on the KBS TV2 series “The Slingshot.”

    Donning a beautiful wedding gown and sleek suits, Park Shi-yeon, Kim Kang-woo and Park Yong-ha grabbed everyone’s attention. Let’s take a look at this wedding ceremony and find out who attended it and hear their stories.



    Do-woo and Kyung-ah look dazzling. It’s finally their wedding day. They look solemn and far from happy. What kind of future awaits them?



    Kim Kang-woo looks dashing in his sleek tuxedo. His character decides to marry Kyung-ah not because he loves her but because he wants to draw the attention of his sister and attain certain goals. What does Kyung-ah and Eun-soo mean to this “psychopath,” who is devoid of feelings?



    Park Shi-yeon says it’s her first time trying on a wedding gown, even in a drama. She says she was nervous, but she looked splendid. According to Park Shi-yeon, her character, Kyung-ah, is not completely in love with Do-woo yet but is about to fall in love with him, and that this wedding ceremony will mark a climax in the feelings of Do-woo, Kyung-ah and Shin.



    Then what about Shin, who has to silently watch his ex-lover getting married? Park Yong-ha says, smiling, that he has played the role of a man who has to say goodbye to the woman he loves many times. He says his character, Shin, still agonizes over whether he should let Kyung-ah go or not, and that this scene will draw a line between his feelings and the feelings of Kyung-ah.



    Another person who is anxiously watching the ceremony is Eun-soo. Han Yeo-woon says that when shooting this scene, she felt like a mother whose son was getting married.



    That’s what the cast of “The Slingshot” looks like when the cameras are turned off. They ooze charisma when they are engrossed in acting, but in real life they like to laugh and even small things make them happy.



    “The Slingshot” has been keeping viewers riveted with its unusual plot and the passionate acting of its cast. Now only six episodes are left. The remaining episodes will help viewers better understand what the characters feel inside.

    Stay tuned to “The Slingshot” to see how this gripping story will end. “The Slingshot” airs every Monday and Tuesday at 9:55 p.m. on KBS TV2.

    By Jin Young-ju, KBSi
    Photos by Jin Young-ju, KBSi
    Copyright ⓒ KBS & KBSi – Any illicit reproduction and distribution is prohibited.

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