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'Heart to Heart' Choi Kang-hee and Chun Jung-myung, their chemistry behind the scene

2015/02/08 | 1580 views | Permalink | Source

tvN drama, "Heart to Heart" released their behind-the-scene stills of the two sweet couples of the drama.

The four actors showed the great chemistry even when the camera was off.

On February 8th, the production team released the photos where Chun Jung-myung (Go I-seok) is patting Choi Kang-hee (Cha Hong-do) on the head wearing a yellow helmet.

Choi Kang-hee looks surprised and playful next to him. The two outside the drama look as sweet and friendly as the Cha-go Couple (Cha Hong-do Go I-seok) in the drama.

Another photo shows Lee Jae-yoon (Jang Doo-soo) and Ahn So-hee (Go Se-ro) are sitting next to each other and reviewing each other's acting together. Lee Jae-yoon looks considerate while he is holding the tablet for her and smiling. Ahn So-hee looks sincere and is concentrating on the screen. The scene actually matches Jang Doo-soo's considerate character in the drama and Ahn So-hee's character, Go Se-ro, who is greatly passionate about acting".

The production team said, "Actors are quite playful with each other on the set. It makes the set friendly and vibrant. Although the filming schedule is tight, we cannot stop smiling".

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