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Ha Jung-woo, "We had to stop filming the scene where Jun Ji-hyun bandages me up because I was developing cleavage"

2015/07/27 | Permalink | Source

Ha Jung-woo talked about a funny moment he had with Jun Ji-hyun on the set of the film. The July 26th broadcast of MBC's "Section TV" included an interview with actor Ha Jung-woo, the star of the movie "The Assassination".

This is the second time Ha Jung-woo has co-starred with Jun Ji-hyun in a movie. The last time was in "The Berlin File". He talked about a scene in the movie where Jun Ji-hyun is wrapping bandages around his chest saying, "we laughed a lot filming it".  

He said, "At the time, I was doing a lot of chest training. So, when Jun Ji-hyun wrapped me up tightly, it looked that I was developing cleavage.  We couldn't get that image out of our heads. So, we had to stop filing for a moment". This got a good laugh out of the audience. 

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