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[ChanMi's drama news] Moon Geun-young fell down a well while filming!

2008/10/08 Source

Moon Geun-young from "Painter of the Wind" was in a small accident falling down the well.

She was acting a scene where she is in the well with her sprained ankle and Kim Hong-do (Park Sin-yang) comes to save her out of the 5m deep well. But they made a blooper where the wire that help her up was let go and she fell back down the well.

As she was landing she her feet fell on rocks and had to be taken to the ER for emergency procedures. Fortunately, she wasn't injured badly.

The scene they were filming is a difficult scene. Park Sin-yang himself had trouble getting in and out of the water and running with Moon on his back.

This artistic drama is being praised for great acting and hard work!

This scene will be aired on the 8th.

Let' hope that the actors and actresses are in great health through accidents and long nights filming!

Source : cynews.cyworld.com/se...

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