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[Spoiler] 'Falling For Innocence' Jung Kyung-ho and Kim So-yeon on a sweet romantic date

2015/05/08 | Permalink | Source

'Falling For Innocence' Jung Kyung-ho and Kim So-yeon were spotted during their peaceful and romantic date.

On May 8th, JTBC Friday & Saturday drama, 'Falling For Innocence" revealed still images of the sweet moments by Jung Kyung-ho (Kang Choi Minho) and Kim So-yeon (Kim Soonjeong), who went on a date.

The revealed photos are the scenes from 'Falling For Innocence' starring Jung Kyung-ho and Kim So-yeon. As the dating scene implies their romantic relationship will progress to the full extent in the following episodes, the photos are drawing attention. The sweet chemistry between the two awakes the 'love cell' of those watching as well.

The filming happened in a herb farm. Jung Kyung-ho said, "I believe this place is perfect for dating. And the weather was so amazing I felt like I was on a picnic. I had so much fun filming with the staff as if we were on a spring excursion".

Kim So-yeon also said, "It must have been the place. I felt like it was a real date and it got my heart pumping. I almost forgot I was working. We had so much fun. Thanks to Jung Kyung-ho, who is always playful, everybody laughed endlessly".

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