The anticipated K-Drama "Ask The Stars" will be here pretty soon. Lee Min Ho and Gong Hyo Jin are driving the Intenet crazy with a picture of the recording.
When some of the hottest Korean actors join forces for a new project the whole K-Drama fanatic world is crazy to watch it. The upcoming show "Ask The Stars" will let us see the legendary actors Lee Min Ho and Gong Hyo Jin working together.
The actor is one of the kings of the Hallyu wave. He has been conquering tons of hearts all over the world with his famous dramas. From "Boys Over Flowers" to the acclaimed Apple TV original series "Pachinko".
Meanwhile, the romantic comedy queen Gong Hyo Jin will be back on the small screen with this new show. Previously, we saw her wonderful acting skills in classic dramas such as "It's Okay, That's Love" and "When the Camellia Blooms". Finally, we can see them together!
Lee Min Ho drops a picture of the set of "Ask The Stars" with Gong Hyo Jin
On July 2nd Lee Min Hoo posted on his Instagram account some photos of himself posing playfully with the actress Gong Hyo Jin. Both of them are wearing simple and comfy outfits. Even tothoughugh we can see not too much, apparently they are in the set of Ask The Stars.
In just a few hours, the pictures were spread all over the Internet. The names of the actors and the #AksTheStars were on Twitter global trends. After seeing the adorable chemistry of the protagonists, the expectations are increasing quickly.
The series will follow the story of a couple that meets at a space station. Lee Min Ho is taking the role of an obstetrician-gynecologist called Gong Ryong. He arrived at the space station as a tourist. There he falls for the astronaut Eve Kim, role played by Gong Hyo Jin.
It sounds great, right? The actors have been recording since April. This is the first time that we see them together for the anticipated project. At the moment there is no specific premiere date, but it will be released in 2023.
There are a few actresses who had great chemistry on-screen with Lee Mi Ho. Read more about it here.