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‘Alchemy Of Souls’ Part 2 Stars Lee Jae Wook, Goo Yoon Jung Reveal Feelings For Each Other On Set

December 20, 2022

Alchemy of Souls Part 2 is doing well in the ratings, even surpassing last week’s ratings. With the series now a fan favorite, cast members Lee Jae Wook and Goo Yoon Jung talk about their incredible chemistry on the show.

Lee Jae Wook and Goo Yoon Jung did an elaborate photo shoot for Elle Magazine and reveal how they met on the set of Alchemy of Souls Part 2. And what do the two say about themselves?

Go Yoon Jung surrendered soompi admitted that she already knew her co-star was a great actor, but she didn’t expect him to act as well on the show as she thought he would. She was surprised by his maturity, kindness and cuteness.

Lee Jae Wook also had words of praise for the actress, especially for her responsibility as the new female lead. He even found it effortless to adapt to her character, even though it’s been three years since they filmed the first part of the series.

Though he was sure Go Yoon Jung was having a hard time, she still asked him to practice the script together. I was struck by their passion, he said.

Alchemy of Souls Part 2 is known for its unique drama that blends different genres like martial arts, fantasy and romance. Given that there are many scenes in the series that are difficult to shoot, what sequences do you find difficult to shoot?

Go Yoong Jung admitted that there are many scenes that she and Lee Jae Wook have and their situations are always similar. So they often rely on each other.

She’s also curious about what he does when he’s filming other scenes with the other cast members. The 24-year-old actor agrees with his co-star and reveals they’ve already formed a bond.

In fact, there are times when he gets jealous because he wants the scenes she shoots with others to look their best with him and become the most heartbreaking sequences of the drama.

Meanwhile, Alchemy of Souls Part 2 hit a new all-time high as the battle for the drama’s weekend ratings heated up. According to Nielsen Korea, the fourth episode of the fantasy hit series averaged a national rating of 8.5 percent, setting a new personal record for the second season. The show’s second season topped the TV show for the first time in its airtime across all cable channels, with a national average of 3.8 percent among viewers 20 to 49 years old.