The final episode of the South Korean television series Love in the Moonlight, based on the novel Moonlight Drawn by Clouds recently aired, yet the cast and crew have not put miles between them. They were recently spotted having a grand time at a water park resort in Cebu, Philippines.
It was a well-deserved vacation for the team. Photographs of the cast in JPark Island Resort in Mactan Island, Cebu, that included new-generation Hallyu star Park Bo Gum, with Kwak Dong Yeon, Jung Hye Sung, and Han Soo Yeon, had gone viral. Most of the photographs show the Moonlight Drawn By Clouds cast members looking very laidback and happy.
The drama series, which revolved around a young and fierce-tempered Crown Prince, who evolves into a revered monarch who falls for his eunuch, generated high ratings as the story progressed. The drama series also sparked interest for its cross-dressing lead actress. It got a huge boost from word-of-mouth. Overall, Midnight Drawn By Clouds generated positive response. It earned praises, not only for the main cast members’ acting, but also for the nice music.
The romantic drama was directed by Baek Sang-Hoon, who also helmed the well-received Descendants of the Sun. The show had interesting elements, including heart-stopping romance and action. There were reports that the show would be extended, but the makers opted to stick to the original planned 18 episodes instead of milking its popularity a little more. The Korean Broadcasting System’s follow-up to the quality historical romantic drama series is a light family comedy series.
The Midnight Drawn By Clouds cast and crew left for the Philippines on Oct. 21. They were greeted by sunny weather and the warm smiles that Filipinos are known for. The Philippines’ unique brand of hospitality has been experienced first hand by other Korean celebrities like the popular boy band group EXO that had a successful Manila concert EXO PLANET #2 – The EXO’luXion early this year. Years ago, EXO’s Chanyeol also stayed for a while in the Philippines to study.
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