Yoon Shi Yoon, Trauma From Kiss Scene with Shin Se Kyung 'I Looked Like I Was So Eager to Kiss'
By Staff Writer | December 20, 2012 11:55 AM EST
Actor Yoon Shi Yoon came out in SBS "Strong Heart" aired yesterday and talked about an incident when he got in trouble while filming. He said, "It was my very first kiss scene with Shin Se Kyung, and it was filmed on the street with cherry blossoms. Before filming, the director was joking around with me, telling me 'You thief. Are you happy? Don't kiss her. I didn't allow it yet.'"
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He continued, "But when we started filming, the main director called, saying we need to film two versions, one where I just approach her as if I'm about to kiss but don't actually do it. We had to do it quickly and time was running out, so the atmosphere turned very serious. The director then told me, 'Shi Yoon, don't kiss her.' But I thought he was still kidding, so I said 'Okay, I won't!', but I kissed her when we filmed."
He said, "So we got an NG, and the director got really mad at me, saying 'I told you not to do it, why did you do it?'"
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