Almost right away, in episode 1, we’re treated to an extended shirtless scene, with him wearing nothing but a towel: To be honest, this shirtless scene did nothing for me, though I did think it was played out nicely and very funny. I loved his natural acting style and his excellent chemistry with Yoon Eun Hye. every time he looked giddy and smitten over Go Eun Chan. Every time he looked at her that way, or had that expression on his face simply from thinking about her, my heart would melt a little more, and I got the warm fuzzies. He didn’t look like a meathead in clothes; he just looked very good.
Just from looking around my blog, you’d probably have guessed my biggest K-love of them all: Gong Yoo ♥ ROUND 1: I first set eyes on Gong Yoo in 2007 when he appeared on my screen as Choi Han Gyul in Coffee Prince.
According to a report by Koreaboo, Gong Yoo's agency Soop Entertainment dismissed the reports as false information saying that the relationship between the two actors never happened.
Kim Go Eun's agency responded in kind and asked the public not to misinterpret Gong Yoon and Kim Go Eun's relationship.
His shirtless scenes and bare arms were very nice eye candy, but I didn’t care much for the show, and by the time it ended, I was ready to move on. Gong Yoo wasn’t in a lead role per se, coz he basically played one of Kim Sun Ah’s ex-boyfriends, but I have to tell you, in the limited time that he did appear on my screen, boy did I sit up and take notice of him. Ever since that point, I’ve been whole-heartedly smitten.