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"Yawang" Kwon Sang-woo and Soo Ae piggy back

2013/01/08 | 1082 views | Permalink | Source

The two main characters for "Yawang" had a kiss scene.

"2013 SBS Drama Special – The Date" showed "Yawang" in the making.

"Yawang" is about Ha-ryu (kwon Sang-woo) who gives Joo Da-hye (Soo Ae) everything but is betrayed and Joo Da-hye who will do anything and everything to become the First Lady. On this day was a scene where Ha-ryu and Da-hye kiss when they were still in love.

Da-hye was on Ha-ryu's shoulders when she kissed him first. After the scene the actor and the actress seemed shy of each other then told then camera, "We call that kiss scene 'the piggy back kiss scene'".

When Soo Ae was asked if she was usually this outgoing in relationships, she said, "I'm not usually like that. I'm timid".

Meanwhile, the cast of "Yawang" includes, kwon Sang-woo, Soo Ae, Yunho and more. It will be broadcasted for the first time on the 14th.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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