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Krystal admits it’s hard to hold back laughter at the ‘Crazy Love’ filming location

: ‘Crazy Love’ is prepared to be broadcast as a substitute for ‘Moonshine’ in the Monday-Tuesday night slot. The drama, which also stars Kim Jae Wook, will air from March 7.
“Crazy Love” is only a few days away from decorating the small screen. Ahead of the broadcast, the KBS drama production team released a poster as well as an interview belonging to Krystal who plays the secretary character named Lee Shin Ah.
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Lee Shin Ah is a shy character who struggles to be the secretary of Noh Go Jin (Kim Jae Wook) for more than a year. But his life takes an unexpected turn when the beautiful woman learns that she doesn’t have much time to live.

The newly released “Crazy Love” poster provides a glimpse of the changes Lee Shin Ah goes through when she is crushed by the news that she doesn’t have much time to live. She bit her lip and glared at someone.

The text on the poster reads, “I, Lee Shin Ah, can’t die like this. Noh Go Jin, you will pay for this.” Noh Go Jin is a narcissist who always pressures Noh Go Jin with jobs with perfect demands.

Krystal commented, “Lee Shin Ah’s transformation process after finding out she had a terminal illness was impressive. Sometimes he is honest with his feelings, but because of his kindness and pure heart, he worries about Noh Go Jin more than anyone else, and the scene was fun.”

Krystal also gave a little leak about the “Crazy Love” plot. “The unique romantic plot development between a man who receives death threats and a woman who receives news that he is terminally ill is very interesting,” said Krystal.

Krystal then revealed that it was very difficult not to laugh on the set of “Crazy Love”. “It was really hard to hold back my laughter on set. I hope viewers will laugh comfortably while watching ‘Crazy Love’. So I will be happy if they remember it as a drama that makes them happy,” concluded Krystal.

Meanwhile, “Crazy Love” is prepared to be broadcast as a substitute for “Moonshine” in the Monday-Tuesday night slot. The drama is scheduled to air from March 7 next. Don’t miss watching it.

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