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Lee Hwi-jae, the kiss scene with Kim Hye-soo in the water

2014/01/06 | 1732 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Hwi-jae recalled the kiss scene with Kim Hye-soo.

He appeared on the SBS show "Healing Camp" and talked about the peak of his life in 1993 when he filmed "Life Theater" with so many beautiful actresses and female stars. Some of them are Kim Hye-soo, Ko So-young and Choi Ji-woo.

MC Kim Je-dong asked who he remembered the most and Lee Hwi-jae answered, "I haven't done too many kiss scenes but the most memorable one was the one with Kim Hye-soo. She was the best at the time".

"I was at the pool first. I wanted to warm up and swim. Then I pushed my fingers on my skin and skin started rubbing off".

The MCs said, "Maybe you swam so long you pruned up" but Lee said, "I hadn't been to the public bath for a while too. I was so surprised I told my manager to get some bath towels and scrubbed myself in the shower room. I can't let skin rub off during a kiss scene, can I?"

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