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"Happy Together 3" Han Chae-ah, "I once felt Joo Won looked like a real man all of sudden after the kiss"

2015/11/05 | Permalink | Source

Han Chae-ah confessed that she once had felt Joo Won had looked like a real man all of sudden after their kissing scene.

She appeared on the KBS 2TV's talk show "Happy Together 3" along with Jang Hyuk, Park Eun-hye, Kim Min-jung and Jung Tae-woo, who are currently co-starring in the drama "The Merchant: Gaekju 2015".

Han Chae-ah said, "I kissed Joo Won in the drama "Bridal Mask". There was an NG: the viewers perhaps might not have seen it".

"He was not supposed to close his eyes, because Joo Won was taking advantage of me and it was my role, who's innocently in love in the story of the drama. Closing his eyes could mean he enjoyed the kiss (against the plot of the storyline). So we had to take the scene again. I remember Joo Won saying at the time, 'Aren't you supposed to close your eyes when you kiss?' It was cute".

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