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'Kill Me, Heal Me' Behind-the-Scene stills of kissing scene between Ji Sung and Park Seo-joon featuring hilarious action acting

2015/02/19 | 3196 views | Permalink | Source

The behind-the-scene stills of kissing scene between Ji Sung and Park Seo-joon have been revealed.

On February 19th, MBC's Wednesday and Thursday drama, 'Kill Me, Heal Me' unveiled the behind-the-scene stills featuring actors Ji Sung and Park Seo-joon under the title, 'Intense triangle relationship, moment of bloody fight'.

In the revealed stills, Ji Sung as the reckless high school girl, Ahn Yo-na, an alternate personality of Cha Do-hyeon is trying to kiss actor Park Seo-joon. Ji Sung impressed the spectators with such an enthusiastic performance resembling action acting charging towards Park Seo-joon and trying to kiss him relentlessly despite Hwang Jung-eum's efforts trying to stop him.

The kissing scene was filmed in the surrounding area of Hongik University street in Mapo-gu, Seoul on February 15th. The scene drew attention since it was known the scene was unscripted.

Thanks to the natural acting by Ji Sung, who changed facial expression, voice tone, intonation and behaviors channeling a school girl, and the tasteful real reaction by Park Seo-joon, the filming location was full of laughers. The staffs on that day impressed by Ji Sung's acting said, "His acting as Yo-na was so real we were confused whether they were male couple or male and female couple".

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