“A Business Proposal” Cast Shares Favorite Scenes

Beloved Korean drama, A Business Proposal, aired its finale on April 5.  Ahn Hyo Seop, Kim Se Jeong, Kim Min Kyu, and Seol In Ah are perfectly cast, bringing the webtoon romantic comedy to life in the SBS’ hilarious adaptation. Although the drama is full of iconic moments, the cast shares some of their own favorites scenes.

Ahn Hyo Seop: Episode 10

While he and Kim Se Jeong have many romantic scenes together, Ahn Hyo Seop shares his favorite heartfelt moment in the drama, “There were a lot of memorable scenes. If I had to choose one, I would say the one where Ha Ri was worried about Tae Mu facing the rain because of his childhood trauma. Before even apologizing, he realized that she was trying to shield him from the rain. The story of them caring for each other is beautiful.”

Kim Se Jeong: Episode 3

Kim Se Jeong revealed that her favorite scene was the one where she was crying over unrequited love from Kang Tae Mu. “Although everyone assumed that my favorite one was the blind date scene with ‘Samantha and Rachel,’ my favorite one is actually the bus stop scene. While A Business Proposal does seem like a light-hearted romance drama, it’s actually full of deep sentimental feelings and love. It doesn’t help that there are so many mellow soundtracks in the show as well. We had to ensure that the scene wasn’t too fun and to pique the interest of viewers. I remember it was a rather burdensome scene to film.”

Kim Min Kyu: Episode 7

With Kim Min Kyu’s kiss scene taking social media by storm, the actor revealed the reason behind taking off his glasses for the scene, “When we were filming the kiss scene, I thought my glasses would be in the way so I just took them off. The viewers liked it more than we thought. While everyone was focused on filming the kiss, I remember my stylist was the only person anxious I would break my glasses during the scene.”

Seol In Ah: Episodes 6 and 10

Naming two scenes from episodes 6 and 10, Seol In Ah said, “The scene where Jin Young Seo had to use the restroom left the biggest impression,” and described it as “humiliating and funny at the same time.”

The actress also cited the scene where Kim Min Kyu’s character recalled his days in an orphanage leaving a big impression, since it depicted the growing closeness and struggles in a relationship realistically.

Source: Korea Star Daily

This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com.

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  1. This was a good drama, but it did lose some steam in the middle and then petered out in the end. It had good momentum in the beginning, the pacing was fast and the storyline funny. But then it went from an engaging couple to a mellow couple, if that makes sense.

    Kim Se Jeong was an endearing and bold character in the beginning, but then became a nervous, timid mouse in the middle all the way until near the end. It was understandable why she was that way, but it was still very much “let the man save the day” scenario when I wanted to see more of her bold antics. The loss of potential was palpable to me. Not to mention, their entire relationship after confession was almost struggle-free. No fighting, no misunderstandings. That mellowness has its niche and it makes for a great chill series when so many similar predecessors were riddled with nothing but drama. However, that mellowness is also a double edged sword as happy, carefree couples do not make great content.

    Maybe this is why the side couple was more fun once we hit the the climax. They had fights and were more relatable when they had issues to resolve. Seol In Ah didn’t have to change herself to be with Kim Min Kyu, but she did have to work on issues with him during the relationship. She was a consistent character and the storyline was very believable.

    1. I actually liked that a lot of their issues were resolved quickly! I hate the unnecessary dragged out angst typical of kdramas. This show highlighted a lot of kdrama tropes, made fun of them, and addressed them fairly fast. I also prefer the second couple, but it was mostly because AHS’s acting was a huge disappointment. I felt like I was watching a bootleg version of Park Seo Joon’s role from What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim. Luckily he and Kim Sejeong had decent chemistry, so it wasn’t completely unwatchable. I do think she got a bit mousy near the end because of the difference in their social class. There were still glimpses of her strong character, with how grandpa tried to tell her to quit, and she was like no way and listed out all her contributions. She also didn’t let grandpa’s disapproval make her back down and tried to win him over. But out of all the OTPs in the series, my favorite were Kim Sejeong and Seol In Ah. I loved their friendship the best 🙂

      1. I did like that they resolved issues quickly, but there was still a lack of problems. The biggest one was the grandpa’s disapproval and revealing their relationship to the public, along with the best friend’s ex’s expose. But they weren’t really relationship problems. They were external events that were thankfully resolved quickly, but didn’t enhance development between the couple.

        Agreed that she showed more spunk at the end (but only at the end!) when she said no to the grandpa. It’s why I said she was timid up until near the end. And I missed this spunky part of her! They could’ve written more of these antics.

        AHS is playing a really cardboard character. I don’t think he’s a great actor based on this drama. He needed more pizzazz.

        And yes, the best relationship might just be the girls together. They had such a tight bond and warmth. I think this is one of best womance I’ve seen.

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