"We Got Married" Leeteuk & Kang Sora, Nervous Kissing Performance
By Staff Writer | June 24, 2012 06:58 PM EDT
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On MBC's "We Got Married" that aired on June 23, Leeteuk and Kang Sora had a private lesson from the professional Latin dancer Jo Sang Hyo, starting with the basic holding position, to the moves that require deeper intimacy.
Part of it required the couple to stare in to each other's eyes as if they are about to kiss, but the two couldn't hold the gaze without laughing.
Jo Sang Hyo advised, "You only need to pose like you are about to kiss," but Leeteuk couldn't even look at her eyes. Leeteuk told his partner, "This is my first time attempting a kissing performance, but you have done a lot of these in acting!" Kang Sora wittily asked back, "So how many times in real life for you?"
By the time the Leeteuk finally overcame the shyness, it was Kang Sora's turn to stop her laughter.
During the confession interview, Kang Sora described, "It felt good. My heart kept beating faster and faster like I was a little girl. I couldn't help wondering if I should kiss him or not." On being asked, "What would you have done if he kissed you?" she replied, "I would've given in like I had to... but he didn't do it."
Leeteuk on the other hand described the experience, "I really wonder if I could've kissed her. I think I could!" but changed his mind quickly and said, "Actually I'm not too sure," laughing sheepishly.
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