‘We Got Married' Lee Joon vs Oh Yeon Seo Argument Over Kiss Scenes and Revealing Skin 'Lee Joon Loses'
By Staff Writer | September 23, 2012 05:01 AM EDT
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Lee Joon and Oh Yeon Seo spent time talking with each other on MBC's "We Got Married Season 4," so that they would learn more about each other.
Lee Joon stated that his specialty is to 'rip off his clothes,' and he said "I won't rip my clothes anymore." Oh Yeon Seo requested that he promises to resign from ripping off his clothes. Lee Joon responded, "Don't you want to personally see it?" Oh Yeon Seo seemed embarassed and said, "I want to see it," while laughing.
He then talked about the kiss scene that appeared in her recent drama. Oh Yeon Seo replied, "It's work. Business." She then talked about the kiss scene Lee Joon had with Seo Hyo Rim.
Lee Joon asked her, "If there is a kiss scene, what are you going to do?" Oh Yeon Seo replied, "It's work, what can you do. It's a bit different from ripping off your clothes." Lee Joon asked, "Why is it different? You should only eat with your mouth." Oh Yeon Seo then asked, "So are you going to keep ripping your clothes?"
Oh Yeon Seo replied, "I can't do anything. I didn't promise." Lee Joon said, "You are wise," and acknowledged that he lost, which made people laugh.
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