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"Faith" Lee Min-ho sacks Kim Hee-sun

2012/07/18 Source

Lee Min-ho and Kim Hee-sun meet for the first time.

Choi Yeong (Lee Min-ho) travels to the modern times to take Yoo Eun-soo (Kim Hee-sun) the chosen physician back to the Koryo times.

Choi just throws her over his shoulders and kidnaps her back to his time.

While filming this scene, Lee Min-ho had to carry her on his shoulders several times but didn't show any sign of tiredness. He worried she would get hurt on his hard and rough suit and she worried he would get hurt carrying her on his shoulders so often.

The first meeting point of the two will become a very starting point of everything that happens to them with a time gap of 660 years.

Meanwhile, Lee Min-ho takes on the role of Choi Yeong who isn't afraid of dying and runs head first into everything and Kim Hee-sun takes on the role of a bold female doctor Yoo Eun-soo in this drama which shows the process of making a true king.

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