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We Got Married Season 3
Season three officially begins on April 9, with two additional couples upon the departure of Yonghwa & Seohyun, as well as a new format. Park Hwi Sun and K.will are added for Season III to the cast as MCs.
In September 2011, new couple Leeteuk of Super Junior and actress Kang Sora joined the cast with their first episode airing on 24 September with guest appearances by fellow Super Junior members, Eunhyuk, Donghae, Kyuhyun and Sungmin; who continue to guest star for a few more episodes. On 14 May 2012, the show was temporarily cancelled, due to the long-running MBC strike, it was replaced by reruns and other special programs. The programme resumed on 16 June 2012, with production by an outside source. On 20 August 2012 the production team announced the departure of Ham Eun-jeong of T-ara and Lee Jang-woo, with their last broadcast episode aired on 25 August. Continue reading
On the July 7th broadcast of MBC‘s ‘We Got Married‘, T-ara‘s Eunjung and actor Lee Jang Woo met for the first time in three months after their trip to Indonesia.
The lovely couple went for a pole dance lesson together, and it was obvious that their affection for one another hadn’t faded despite the long break. Lee Jang Woo seemed completely absorbed in Eunjung’s pole dance, and she showed impressive skills.
The actor, however, wasn’t as smooth. Eunjung commented on his pole dance: “You’re like this because you were [sheltered growing up].”
The Lee Jang Woo-Eunjung couple celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary.
On the June 16th broadcast of MBC TV‘s ‘We Got Married‘, Lee Jang Woo and Eunjung took off on an anniversary trip to Indonesia.
Being dutiful individuals, the two decided it would be a good idea to give their mothers a break and also invite them on their short getaway.
Very naturally, the ‘in-laws’ had an opportunity to meet face to face for the first time, and the couple could not hide their nervous emotions.
As they were preparing for a day out in the hot sun, Eunjung offered some sunblock to Lee Jang Woo’s mother. Lee Jang Woo’s mother was touched by this gesture and gave Eunjung a hug, seeing this, Lee Jang Woo tried to capitalize on the situation and also give Eunjung a hug. Unfortunately, Lee Jang Woo’s mother blocked him and said, “What are you trying to do?”
Later on in the episode, before getting on a yacht, Lee Jang Woo tried to hug Eunjung but she denied him. Seeing this, the two mothers told them to hug each other and they did, which brought a smile to their faces.
Actor Lee Jang Woo and his on-screen wife, T-ara‘s Eunjung, are at it once again as they bicker out of jealousy on the upcoming episode of ‘We Got Married‘.
The two spent some time going over Eunjung’s ‘Queen Insoo’ script. However, in the midst of reading out the lines, Lee Jang Woo came across the portion detailing the “skinship” in Eunjung’s love scene with co-star Baek Sung Hyun.
Seeing the love scene screen captures that became a hot issue online a while ago, Jang Woo was unable to hold back the resentment in his voice as he shouted, “The skin I haven’t even been able to touch!”
Eunjung fired back, “I only [kissed] one person, but you [kissed] three!”, pointing out Lee Jang Woo’s kiss scenes in his musical.
In the same episode, Lee Jang Woo is said to have given a foot massage, prepared food, as well as doing nail art for his on-screen wife.
How much is real and how much is scripted has long been a question for discussion among fans of the hit reality show, ‘We Got Married‘.
The question was recently brought up again with the emergence of fan taken pictures of the Lee Jang Woo and Eunjung couple during their honeymoon in Indonesia.
In the new photos, netizens spotted a woman in the back holding up a sign that says, “Let’s eat coconuts,” which they’ve suspected to be a script for the couple to read. The pictures show that the couple does indeed go on to eat coconuts.
Netizens commented, “I didn’t think they’d hold up scripts so blatantly like that“, “Is the show really all just a set up?“, and “Since theer aren’t actual lines, I suppose an aspect of it is still reality.”
What do you think?