The Heirs D-15: It all started in this moment…
I walked through the opening among the fragrant almond trees, where the leaves broke the sunlight into irregular shapes on the dirt road, and there he was.
Standing under the sun, whole and complete, his shadow long and unbroken on the ground.
Such a strange and unexpected sight, so different from me; my shadow running jagged along the ground with the dark cast of the surrounding trees.
I drew near and so did he.
I could not meet his steady gaze and my heart faltered underneath it.
There we stood under the shade of the arch of trees as silence heavy with emotion filled the air between us.
Suddenly, water broke through the silence, scattering the sunlight and our unspoken words into the air.
To be continued…
Did you enjoy my fake scene recap? Hehe. It feels good to be doing this again, except I am out of practice and without a good background about these drama. I did what I could, ordering the pictures and trying to draw inspiration from Park Shin Hye and Lee Minho’s facial expressions. There was not much information about this scene from the press release of these stills except that it was shot in California at an almond farm on September 8. How long did they film in the U.S.???
The press called this couple the “WooBi couple” from the phrase “woo-wol bi-joo-uhl couple.” “Wool-wol” means superior and “bi-joo-uhl” is the Korean pronunciation of visual. So there you have it, the “superior visuals couple.” Oh, the things that Koreans come up with.