“Kill Me, Heal Me” Park Seo Joon Kissed Ji Sung First

“Kill Me, Heal Me” Park Seo Joon Kissed Ji Sung First

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At a press conference for “Kill Me, Heal Me” on March 16, after the conclusion of the drama, Ji Sung gives the behind-the-scenes scoop on his kiss scene with Park Seo Joon.
The bottom line: Park Seo Joon made the first move, despite appearances. “Yo Na and Oh Ri On (Park Seo Joon)’s kiss scene was unscripted. But the one who came and kissed me first was Park Seo Joon,” says Ji Sung, crediting the lip lock to his costar. “The broadcast makes it look like I did it first, but it was Park Seo Joon. I wasn’t that surprised.”
He adds that just like Park Seo Joon (apparently), Lee Bo Young’s favorite character is also Yo Na, and she secretly came to the set to watch Yo Na’s scene. In the end, she returned home crying, after seeing their family head run through the streets in a school girl outfit.

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