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"Master's Sun" Gong Hyo-jin in a kiss scene

2013/07/07 | 1744 views | Permalink | Source

Gong Hyo-jin takes on the role of Tae Gong-sil, a woman who sees ghosts and isn't able to get used to reality in the new SBS drama "Master's Sun".

The still cut reveals Tae Gong-sil about to kiss the man she loves but screaming at the sight of a ghost. She expressed the innocence of a woman in love and the fear of a woman in front of a ghost.

Gong Hyo-jin is back with a drama for the first time in 2 years and showed what professionalism is all about by going over her script and monitoring herself all the time.

Her kissing partner is comedian Lee Sung-woo. She spoke with him before the shoot and got to know each other to relieve the tension.

The production of this drama claims, "Gong Hyo-jin is an appealing actress who isn't satisfied with herself and always attempting at something new". To be aired for the first time on the 31st.

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