Take A Look At The Relationship Between Lee Seung-gi And Suzy In Vagabond
Vagabond is Lee Seung-gi’s comeback drama after his last drama Korean Odyssey in 2017, and also Bae Su-ji who last played in the drama While You’re Sleeping in 2017. Certainly, after it was announced that the drama this will be played by Lee Seung-gi and also Suzy, many netizens with high expectations were looking forward to this drama. Even though the drama’s broadcast schedule was initially delayed because of various reasons, this drama is worth waiting for, because the production, storyline and also actors/actresses are extraordinary. Let’s take a peek at the excitement of the drama Vagabond!
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Lee Seung-gi and Suzy’s Romance in Vagabond
Vagabond is a television series from South Korea that was on the air in 2019, with action, drama and thriller genre. Vagabond tells about a mysterious plane crash that kills over 211 civilians, that associated with a tangled web of corruption. in that accident involving Cha Dal-gun (Lee Seung-gi) and his nephew who were also victims of this accident. Cha Dal-gun determined to find out the truth behind the accident, together with Go Hae-ri (Bae Su-ji), a covert operative for the National Intelligence Service. It aired on SBS every Friday and Saturday at 22:00 (KST) from September 20th to November 23rd, 2019, for a total of 16 episodes, and also premiered on Netflix.
Lee Seung-gi as Cha Dal-gun
Cha Dal-gun is a stuntman who dreams of becoming a world-famous action actor, He was a victim, who survived from B357 plane crash, which involved a ring of terrorists and governmental conspiracies attempting to cover it up. To expose their secrets, Cha Dal-gun teams up with Hae-ri who works as NIS agent to investigate and ultimately get justice.
Bae Su-ji as Go Hae-ri
Go Hae-ri actually wants a stable job as a civil servant, She became is a national Intelligence Service agent or also known as N.I.S agent. to support her family, she chose to works as a civil servant but ends up becoming a covert operative.
One of Lee Seung-gi and Suzy’s romantic scenes, wherein episode 6, Go Hae-ri (Suzy) is drunk, and Cha Dal-gun (Lee Seung-gi) tries to wake Go Hae-ri up and take her home.
Then suddenly, Go Hae-ri asked, “Do you really hate me?”, she continued, “Do you really hate me, Mr. Gi? What’s it about me that you just hate so much? Just tell me what and I’ll fix it.” Finally, Cha Dal-gun bowed and returned to invite Go Hae-ri to go home and rest. Then suddenly Go Hae-ri got up and said, “You’re mine.” To hear this, Cha Dal-gun is shocked and confused, then Go Hae-ri again said, “You’re mine” to only grab Cha Dal-gun’s head and kiss him. After this, she again said, “Now you’re mine,” and passed out. Cha Dal-gun also looked shocked and confused after being kissed by Go Hae-ri who was drunk.
In episode 7, there is a scene where Lee Seung-gi (Cha Dal-gun) teaches Suzy (Go Hae-ri) judo. But from the start, Cha Dal-gun seemed nervous in front of Go Hae-ri, because they were too close. To cover it up Lee Seung-gi orders Go Hae-ri to catch him from behind, and act as if Go Hae-ri is a criminal, and Cha Dal-gun is the hostage, but after Go Hae-ri practices with him by hugging him from behind, this actually makes Cha Dal-gun even more thumping and ends up making Cha Dal-gun slam Go Hae-ri.
In episode 11, there is a scene where, Suzy (Go Hae-ri) is injured on the neck, and Lee Seung-gi (Cha Dal-gun) is treating her. When Cha Dal-gun treated him, Go Hae-ri said, “Oh, wait. It stings… Blow on it,” and then she continued, “Blow some water on it.” But when Cha Dal-gun blew away Go Hae-ri’s wound, they were too close, making Cha Dal-gun not focus on blowing and stare at Go Hae-ri instead.
Seeing Cha Dal-gun’s face, Go Hae-ri asked, “Why is your face so red? Do you have a fever?” Cha Dal-gun tried to dodge by saying, “What are you talking about?” Then Go Hae-ri responded, “I think you have a fever.” While holding Cha Dal-gun’s cheek, “You do!” Go Hae-ri continued. Cha Dal-gun returned awkwardly and said, “Hey, I have no fever. No.” Cha Dal-gun immediately said that he was fine and said that it was caused because Kim pissed him off, and then Cha Dal-gun hurriedly left by an excuse that he wanted to go to the toilet.
There are many other romantic scenes that you should watch if you haven’t watched the drama yet and maybe still consider watching it. This drama, Vagabond, should not be missed in the list of dramas that you must watch, because besides the tense storyline, this drama also is not boring and will make you fall in love with Cha Dal-gun’s character and also Go Hae-ri.
Of course, the success of this drama is not only because of the interesting storyline, but it is also caused by Lee Seung-gi and Suzy’s extraordinary acting skills, and also their excellent chemistry. Let’s check out some of their moments off-screen!
In the context of promoting their drama that aired on Netflix, on October 4th, 2019, Lee Seung-gi and Suzy, made a video where they would watch the highlights of their 1-4 episode drama, Vagabond and comment on them. Many interesting facts on the scene in the scenes revealed by Lee Seung-gi and Suzy, more or less among them, the fact that there were several scenes they did many times so that the images captured by the camera were good, they also revealed that both of them did physical exercises specifically for this drama such as kicking and rolling.
One of the behind the scenes photos shared by SBS is different from the atmosphere in the drama, the atmosphere at the time of shooting looks pleasant, Lee Seung-gi and Suzy look quite close.
In the behind the scenes that were shared on the YouTube channel, The Swoon showed how adorable Lee Seung-gi and also Suzy were during the shooting, even though on rehearsal they were seen laughing and joking, both were very professional when acting in front of the camera, with the director’s direction, both easily describe their character very well.
Even though this drama is over, there are many fans of this drama who hope Vagabond will continue with season 2. This is because besides being exciting, many fans are not satisfied with the ending of this drama which is hanging and has not answered the fans’ questions with the mystery of Cha Dal-gun’s death. Let’s hope and look forward to season 2 of the drama Vagabond, and don’t forget to continue to support and look forward to the works of both Lee Seung-gi and also Suzy in the future!