Jung Il Woo & Uee’s Intense Kiss Scene Almost Looks TOO Real?
By Staff Writer | January 10, 2014 11:03 PM EST
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The kiss scene was filmed recently near a cafe in Bundang, Gyeonggido. Do Young, played by Jung Il Woo, and Baek Won, played by Uee, were seen arguing over a misunderstanding of each other's true intentions.
While the two were yelling at each other, Baek Won spit out the words, "Why do you keep making me sorry?" It led straight to a kiss, and the atmosphere turned romantic is the matter of a few seconds.
Upon Baek Won's initiation of the kiss, Do Young went on to twist Baek Won's body in a moment of passionate kissing. In order to accommodate for the various camera angles, this scene was reported to have been repeated several times.
The kissing acting was so good that it almost seemed real. So much so, in fact, that the passing pedestrians and even the staff held their breaths as they looked on.
In the last broadcast, Do Young and and Baek Won lost confidence in each other because of a misunderstanding caused by Chun Won (played by Cha Yae Ryun).
The kiss scene built up great anticipation for the new episode. Viewers are eager to find out what factors led to the kiss, and how the couple's kiss will lead them to making up with each other.
"Golden Rainbow" airs every Saturday and Sunday night, and you can catch the next episode to see this passionate and almost too realistic kiss between the lovebirds in the drama.
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