The duel of actors Lee Dong Wook and Lee Si Young in imposing manner attracted attention of many viewers.

KBS 2TV Wednesday and Thursday drama series Wild Romance debuted on January 4th, 2012 with the staging of sparkling war of nerve between Lee Dong Wook and Lee Shi Young, opening up the prelude to the romance story.

Moo Yul (Lee Dong Wook) and Eun Jae (Lee Shi Young) encounter in a KTV by chance only to become biggest enemy, turned up Moo Yul was threw to the ground without reason by Eun Jae. The video of them fighting was uploaded to Internet, and Moo Yul who has already been known as the rouge of baseball industry does not have any benefit for him if the gossip of him beating up woman spread. And Eun Jae who is known as bad people in the police world also has similar idea.

Eventually, to quell the fighting video incident, Moo Yul employs Eun Jae as his bodyguard, but Eun Jae is getting tired of Moo Yul. Turns up it’s because Eun Jae is the super fan of Blue Seagulls baseball team, and she attributes all the reasons for the team to lose in the baseball league to Moo Yul.

Moo Yul lets Eun Jae who is bodyguard to drive, as far as to a remote villa before letting Eun Jae gets off work, deliberately takes the opportunity to revenge, and at this time the war between Moo Yul and Eun Jae officially starts. But Eun Jae is not a personality that does not fight back when hit. She starts to fight back after taking enough beating from Moo Yul, either grabbing his neck in the name of protecting him, or does not help Moo Yul to stop the egg that flied his way, making him got hit and etc.

The flower of love also slowly sprouts between the slapstick of baseball player Moo Yul and bodyguard Eun Jae whose originating from judo player. The fight that they staged beginning from the premiere of the drama has attracted the audience, the fine and smooth picture, superb acting by actors, coupled with intense plot led the audience into the drama, and viewers are looking forward to how they’re going to present more unpredictable jokes.

via TVDaily