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'Last' actors Lee Beom-soo vs Yoon Kye-sang, heartwarming and friendly when lights are off

2015/09/03 | 776 views | Permalink | Source

"Last" actors Lee Beom-soo and Yoon Kye-sang are drawing attention with their unexpected appeals at extremely opposite sides.

People are amused by the behind-the-scenes photos of the two intense actors Lee Beom-soo and Yoon Kye-sang of JTBC's Friday & Saturday miniseries, "Last", playing Kwak Heung-sam and Jang Tae-ho respectively. The two shots were taken when the camera was on and off on the same spot of the filming set.

The relationship of the two in the drama is tricky in the way they maintain the cooperative as well as rivalry affiliation.

When the camera is on, the actors exchange menacing stares to raise the tension in the air. As soon as the light is off, the mood between the two quickly turns into the heartwarming and friendly one.

The tight chemistry between Lee Beom-soo (Kwak Heung-sam) and Yoon Kye-sang (Jang Tae-ho), who have to confront each other all the time in the drama, takes viewers immersion to a new level. It is well-known that the two actors carry out rehearsals like actual filming before the camera is on by fully bringing out their emotions.

On the last episode, tensions rose as the homeless people found out the cruel plan by Heung-sam (Lee Beom-soo) and started to take action against him.

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