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Check out some behind-the-scenes pictures of Kong Yoo and Lee Min Jung’s kissing scene

Some behind-the-scenes pictures of a scene in which Kong Yoo and Lee Min Jung kiss while interlocking their fingers have been revealed, attracting fans’ attention.

In the episode of KBS 2’s Big that aired on July 10, the two actors did a kissing scene on a camping date.

They are rehearsing the kissing scene with their fingers interlocked in one of the pictures. The scene aired at the end of the 12th episode, and because Kyung Joon (played by Kong Yoo) and Da Ran (played by Lee Min Jung) finally worked out their misunderstanding and confirmed each other’s feelings, it was even more meaningful.

One of the stills shows the actors reading the script thoroughly in order to create a beautiful kissing scene. The staff says that they went through it thoroughly and professionally to come up with the best scene for viewers.

In another photo, the production crew is throwing a surprise birthday party for Kong Yoo. His birthday was July 10. After a long shooting schedule till late at night, Kong Yoo was first congratulated by staff members. The shooting continued immediately after the party, but the fun atmosphere inspired the cast to perform more enthusiastically and cheerfully.

In the last picture, Lee Min Jung is wearing a big smile and a sunflower in her hair, looking as cute and charming as ever.

Netizens who saw the posting commented: “Let’s give Kong Yoo and Lee Min Jung a big hand for doing such a good job on every scene.” “My heart flutters just from looking at the rehearsal of their kissing.” “Happy birthday, Kong Yoo oppa. Thank you for coming into this world.” “Min Jung unnie is prettier than a flower.”

The series airs every Monday and Tuesday at 9:55 p.m.

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