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Park Yoo Chun and Han Ji Min Kiss for ′Rooftop Prince′

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2012.03.09 10:03 Mwave Lee, KyungNam Translation Credit : Ju Ahn Lee

While SBS′ upcoming drama Rooftop Prince may not be airing for two more weeks, it seems stars Park Yoo Chun and Han Ji Min have already gotten quite comfortable with each other!

Rooftop Prince has been stirring up interest not only because of the star studded cast, but also because this marks the return of scriptwriter Lee Hee Myeong, the king of romantic comedy.

The photoshoot for the official drama posters took place on the production set of Rooftop Prince amidst a bright atmosphere and high expectations on the set due to the long-awaited comeback of script writer Lee and the rising anticipation in the drama from abroad.

Park Yoo Chun and Han Ji Min Kiss for ′Rooftop Prince′

Although it was their first time working together, Park and Han posed naturally, and their wonderful chemistry reportedly brightened up the day. Park even landed a kiss on Han′s cheek, much to the envy of the staff on set.

Furthermore, Han received praise for pulling off various looks with the different costumes, almost like a fairy. According to sources on the set, she was especially radiant while donning an ensemble that evoked the scent of spring.

Although the filming continued all day until the late evening hours, laughter was heard throughout the day due to the chemistry between the two costars.

Prodcuer Kim Na Young said, "Even during a time [when Park and Han] were busy with their character research and acting preparations, everyone managed to enjoy the long production set and their joy lifted the spirits of the production crew," revealing the great atmosphere during the set.

The season premiere of the Rooftop Prince will air on March 21.

Photo credit: SBS

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