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"Two Weeks" Lee Joon-gi and Park Ha-sun's impressive first meet

2013/07/08 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Joon-gi and actress Park Ha-sun had an impressive meet.

The first scene of the MBC drama "Two Weeks" has been revealed. Jang Tae-san (Lee Joon-gi) and Seo In-hye (Park Ha-sun) meet for the first time here.

The scene was shot in Gwanan Beach, Busan in June. Park Ha-sun had become a copper mermaid statue. This is because Seo In-hye in the drama is a mermaid at the 9th Busan International Film Festival Promotional Performance.

Tae-san argued with his friend about her being real or not. He walked through the crowd and put a hand on her breast.

When the 'cut' sign was given, Lee Joon-gi ran away from her as if he was embarrassed. Park Ha-sun was made up as a mermaid and body-painted and had to sit in one position from morning to night.

Meanwhile, "Two Weeks" is about a man who lives a meaningless life but finds out he has a daughter which he's never heard of.

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