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"Architecture 101" Yoo Yeon-seok "There was a kiss scene with Suzy but…"

2012/07/03 Source

Actor Yoo Yeon-seok seemed disappointed he didn't get to have a kiss scene with Suzy from the movie "Architecture 101".

Jung Joon, Ye Ji-won, Clara from the SBS weekend drama "Tasty Life" and 2AM Jo Kwon, 2PM Wooyoung, Wonder Girl's Ye-eun, actress Bang Eun-hee, comedian Jung Jong-chul and more appeared for the SBS entertainment program "Kang Heart" on the 3rd of July.

Yoo Yeon-seok said, "The scene where most audiences get curious the most is when I take a drunken Suzy into her house. I only took her there. I didn't do anything but got all the criticism".

He continued, "I might get more from this but there was a kiss scene in the beginning but got cancelled out. If I had kissed her then, Lee Je-hoon would've been hurt".

Yoo also revealed the Polaroid picture he took with Suzy and gained the anger of MC's Sin Dong-yub and Lee Dong-wook as well as the other male guests.

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