'My Daughter Seo Young' Lee Sang Yoon, Lee Bo Young Get Married
By Staff Writer | October 17, 2012 04:56 AM EDT
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The photo shows the actors on set filming the marriage scenes and shows how comfortable they are behind the scenes. In one picture, the two of them have their hands together and are grinning widely.
During the whole shoot, the couple were seen trying to fix each other's outfits and actually looking like a real married couple, drawing envy from onlookers.
Lee Jung Shin, who plays Sung Jae, the troublemaker brother who had a secret crush on his tutor Seo Young, appears at the marriage and continues to compliment her on her amazing good looks. At some points, he seemed more like the groom and the crew had to playfully hinder him from doing so.
Lee Bo Young had to begin preparing for the scene in the early hours of the morning. Despite the fact that the shoot continued into late afternoon, Lee Bo Young was seen caring for actors and crew members and even joking around, breathing more energy into the set and everyone around her.
Seo Young, who had to deceive her father and choose the man she loved, and her father Sam Jae who is trying to take care of his daughter even after hearing that she is going overseas are being juxtaposed and creating amazing drama. Sam Jae, who had thought that she was going abroad, sees her marriage ceremony and the viewers were kept wondering what will happen next.
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