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Ha Ji-won "I almost broke my teeth kissing Jo In-sung

2012/04/03 | 4550 views | Permalink | Source

Ha Ji-won revealed an episode in a kissing scene.

She picked out one kiss scene out of the many kiss scenes she's done with actors.

Ha Ji-won's 'foamy kiss' with Hyun Bin was very popular. She did other kiss scenes other than this.

When she was asked which kiss scene was the most difficult she said, "The kiss scene with Jo In-sung from "Something Happened in Bali" was the most difficult. It was a situation where he was trying to kiss me by force and I was trying to avoid it. Since it was a forced kiss, we bumped into each other so hard I almost broke my teeth. Inside my mouth was raw".

About Lee Seung-gi, whom she is co-acting with in MBC drama "The King 2 Hearts", "Lee Seung-gi is bold. He mis-read the script and he lay on top of my when he was supposed to lay next to Hang-ah. The director pulled him down" she laughed.

Surprisingly, Ha Ji-won has a kiss scene with Kim Seung-woo the MC for the program "Seung Seung Jang Goo". They were in the movie "Reversal of Fortune". Kim Seung-woo said Ha Ji-won was a good kisser and she bowed down in embarrassment.

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