SBS has a behind the scenes video of “Do you like brahms? “Cast reunion for the cut version of your drama by its director.
“Do you like Brahms?” was a popular, heartwarming drama that aired in early fall to classical music students struggling to find love and achieve their dreams. It played the main role Kim Min Jae, Park Eun Bin, Park Ji Hyun, Kim Sung Cheol, Lee Yoo Jin, and Bae Da Bin.
Although the drama ended in October, the cast got back together to record commentary for the director’s Blu-Ray cut, which will be released next year. In the recording studio, the actors were greeted with sweet gifts sent by fans of the drama.
Kim Min Jae and Park Eun Bin take in commentary when excited about the behind-the-scenes camera entrance they know well from their days as filmmakers. The two actors are then asked how they have been since the drama ended.
Park Eun Bin said, “My biorhythm went everywhere after we finished filming. I would wake up when the sun came up and while others were awake … “Then she was confused by her words and Kim Min Jae joked,” Song Ah [her character name] is confused because she is deprived of sleep. “
Kim Sung Cheol enjoys the fan-sent snacks and laughs when he spots her director’s face on a macaron. Later, when the entire cast reunites to take up, Park Ji Hyun and Kim Sung Cheol take a selfie together and Park Eun Bin says, “Why are you only doing it?” Park Ji Hyun hastily says, “Let’s all together.” Park Eun Bin points out that Kim Min Jae is not there and the others reply, “Photoshop him later.”
At the end of the shot, the performers receive bouquets of flowers personalized with the lines of their characters from the drama. The actors then thank all viewers and fans who have shown their love for the drama and wish them happy holidays (all holidays, including Chuseok, New Year and Christmas).
Towards the end of the video, Park Eun Bin and Kim Min Jae reveal that the Blu-Ray will feature a special epilogue that didn’t air during the drama’s original run.
Check out the cute reunion below!
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