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Jung Jin-young "Kiss scene with Lee Joon-gi, wasn't in the script but..."

2011/07/19 | Permalink | Source

Jung Jin-young reminisced about the time he kissed Lee Joon-gi.

On the KBS 2TV program "Seung Seung Jang Goo" on the 19th, Jung Jin-young spoke about the kiss scene he had with Lee Joon-gi in the movie "The King and the Clown".

Director Lee Joon-ik said, "Their kiss scene wasn't in the script. It was only to touch forehead to forehead but they kissed. At that moment, the feeling between attachment and obsession between Yeon San and Gong Gil was conveyed all through that one cut".

On the other hand Jung Jin-young explained, "I remember different. In the script it said 'stare at each other' and I had already spoken to the director about the kiss scene". When he was asked why they kissed, he said, "I've wanted to try it for a while. It's not like I didn't tell the director about it".

However, he said he couldn't tell Lee Joon-gi about it. Jeong said, "I couldn't tell Lee Joon-gi. I just said, 'whatever I do, don't tease me and just let it by'".

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