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Cha Seung-won suffers from muscle sprain after the "snake kiss"

2011/06/26 | 4169 views | Permalink | Source

Cha Seung-won chose the 'snake kiss scene' as the best kiss scene from "The Greatest Love".

MBC "Section TV" met with Cha Seung-won who acted as Dok Go-jin in the drama "The Greatest Love" which ended recently.

Although the drama was over, the female staff on site couldn't take their eyes off him. He had his trademark '소' (So) moustache and beard showing off long limbs and style living up to the name, model.

Cha Seung-won spoke in his stuck up, Dok Go-jin tone, "You know the drama went over 20% in the last episode" and made everyone laugh.

He picked the "Sebaqui – Don't Ask Quiz" as the most memorable scene from the drama.

He also picked the 'snake kiss' as the most memorable kiss scene. The 'snake kiss' was when Dok Go-jin stuck out the upper half of his body out of his car to kiss Goo Ae-jeong.

He continued to say, "I suffered from muscle strain after that scene".

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