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Kong Hyo Jin and Seo In Guk Go On a Laundry Date for ′The Sun of the Lord′

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2013.07.24 18:10 Mwave Son Bo Kyung Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Seo In Guk and Kong Hyo Jin finally met in a laundry date for their drama.

The two actors recently held their first shoot together for their SBS drama The Sun of the Lord.

Kong Hyo Jin and Seo In Guk Go On a Laundry Date for ′The Sun of the Lord′

Kong Hyo Jin appears in the drama as Tae Gong Sil, a woman who starts to see ghosts after a fateful accident. Seo In Guk is Kang Woo, a man who starts working at a security company with hopes of protecting others.

Gong Sil and Kang Woo live in the same building, and also work at the same shopping mall.

Their first scene together was shot on June 25 in Seoul. Kang Woo goes on a tour of the building′s rooftop, when he finds Tae Gong Sil asleep under the bright sun with a pair of sunglasses on her face. He stares at her, and when Gong Sil wakes up, she mistakes him for a ghost.

The two end up doing their laundry happily together.

Seo In Guk and Kong Hyo Jin didn′t have any opportunities to get to know each other before, and at first they seemed to feel awkward being together. Still, they drew closer and shook off their nervousness by exchanging their opinions on their characters and telling light jokes.

Kong Hyo Jin and Seo In Guk Go On a Laundry Date for ′The Sun of the Lord′

Thanks to their efforts, they were able to put on a warm scene.

A rep from the production company Born Factory said, "We were worried Kong Hyo Jin and Seo In Guk would look awkward because it was their first meeting, but their scene looked good because they were meeting for the first time in the story, too. You can look forward to seeing how this couple will threaten the place of the So Ji Sub and Kong Hyo Jin match."

The Sun of the Lord will air its first episode on August 7.

Photo credit: Born Factory

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