On the morning of April 1, the producer of SBS drama "The King: The Eternal Monarch" revealed the first moments of Lee Min Ho and woman Jung Eun Chae. The couple had a quiet exchange, but it was filled with tension and it was completely expressed through eye contact.
It is known that the film belongs to the genre of romance-fantasy-fiction, taking place in two parallel universes of the monarchy and democracy. The content tells the love story of Emperor Lee Gon (Lee Min Ho) and detective Jung Tae Eul (Kim Go Eun) when they work together to prevent a crisis.
In the newly released photos, Emperor Lee Gon has an unpredictable interaction with Goo Seo Ryung (Jung Eun Chae) - the youngest and first female prime minister of Korea. At first glance, everyone thinks they have an intimate relationship and it seems like the couple is about to kiss. However, this situation is not as expected. Goo Seo Ryung leaned against the emperor to "whisper" something. While Lee Gon showed a slight smile on his face, the reaction was similar to Seo Ryung's actions, leaning to "respond". When he stepped back, Seo Ryung started with an angry glare.
As expected, the film will be released to the audience on April 17