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"The Heirs" Lee Min-ho and Park Shin-hye hug

2013/11/19 | 6837 views | Permalink | Source

The episode of "The Heirs" on the 20th, Eun-sang (Park Shin-hye) walks towards Kim Tan (Lee Min-ho) who is crying without a word, staring at her, and hugs him by the neck. She couldn't stand watching him cry like that, looking at her so sadly and pushed herself close to him into a hug.

This scene was taken on the 11th in Seoul. It was taken for 3 hours in the cold and hearted up the atmosphere. Park Shin-hye lifted the back of her feet to reach for Lee Min-ho's tall height and he stiffened slightly for a second before, hugging her tightly back.

The perfect part is when they look at each other with sad eyes before they hug each other. The feeling of hurt and pain for each other is revealed here.

According to the production, they have completed a scene where Lee Min-ho and Park Shin-hye cause a pang of the heart even by watching them. This scene is bound to bring sadness and increase the heartbeat of viewers.

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