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'Scholar Who Walks the Night', ardent behind-the-scenes of Lee Joon-gi, Lee Yoo-bi

2015/08/22 | Permalink | Source

'Scholar Who Walks the Night' has revealed Lee Joon-gi and Lee Yoo-bi's behind-the-scenes still images to show the actor and the actress being immersed into emotions fully to get ready for an ardent scene.

In the last 14th episode, Lee Joon-gi and Lee Yoo-bi poured out the ardent feelings explosively, which stimulated the sentimental center of the viewers' brain. Lee Joon-gi, telling Lee Yoo-bi coldly to leave him so that he could protect her, and Lee Yoo-bi, having difficult time because of her trauma with vampires despite her heart towards Lee Joon-gi, the ardent and sentimental acting performances by the two evoked sympathy.

Lee Joon-gi and Lee Yoo-bi shared their script and discussed the details of voice tone and facial expressions together to portray the deep and ardent feelings for the scene where the two had to decide to separate.

Especially when Lee Yoo-bi expressed the dense inner conflict between her trauma and her love, it brought out good reviews. In the scene where Lee Yoo-bi cried holding the torn pieces of her slavery document and asked Lee Joon-gi "Why are you trying this hard then", she made the viewers choke up. After the filming was over, Lee Yoo-bi still could not stop crying because she was completely into the emotions.

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