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Namgoong Min, "Kiss scene with Bang Minah was hard"

2017/10/19 | Permalink | Source

Actor Namgoong Min appeared on tvN show "Drinking Life" and talked about Bang Minah with whom he starred in the SBS drama "Beautiful Gong Shim"

MC Yoo-ra said, "We heard you hugged Bang Minah right away when there was an NG in the middle of your kissing scene". MC Sin Dong-yup joked, "How do you make an NG in a kissing scene?"

Namgoong Min said, "There's a kind of kiss that looks pretty on the screen even though it's not so in the process of making. However, a kiss scene in a movie can be different". He tried to imitate two people kissing with his hands.

About Bang Minah, Namgoong Min said, "Bang Minah had just started acting. I knew she was going through a hard time and I worried about her no matter what".

"She has a talent for acting, that's for sure. There are people who don't understand one thing, but she understands more than what I tell her".

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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