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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Couple Chemistry in "A Midsummer's Memory"

2017/12/27 | 383 views | Permalink

The ex-and-maybe-future couple of "A Midsummer's Memory" get some romantic bonding stills his week and they are screaming OTP-baiting. Knowing the premise of the drama about a lonely 37-year-old woman reuniting with her ex, I'm guessing said baiting plans to deliver.

The series has held its press conference with leading actors Choi Kang-hee and Lee Joon-hyuk dominating the news with their joint photos. The two look nice enough together in press shots and stills, although I'm personally more cautious with gauging chemistry, because context matters. The two are hopefully great together on-screen and in character, since the drama seems to be relying on the pairing a lot.

"A Midsummer's Memory" is a 2-episode work by Sim Na-yeon and Han Ga-ram. It will aire its episodes back to back on December 31st on jTBC.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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