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[Spoilers] ′Girl Who Sees Smells′ Unveils BTS Photos of Park Yoo Chun and Shin Se Kyung′s Kiss

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2015.04.24 15:33 Mwave Lee Soo Ah Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

New stills of JYJ Park Yoo Chun and Shin Se Kyung′s kiss scene have been revealed.

On April 23, Park Yoo Chun and Shin Se Kyung′s kiss scene was revealed on SBS′ Girl Who Sees Smells in Episode 8.

In the episode, Cho Rim (Shin Se Kyung) makes tteokboki according to Mu Gak (Park Yoo Chun)′s recipe. Unable to feel, Mu Gak couldn′t taste the MSG-filled dish, but he was able to remember his past memories with his mother, thanks to Cho Rim.

Eating the dish that Cho Rim made for him, Mu Gak suddenly begins to see her as a woman. Before he knew it, he leans in close and kisses Cho Rim, causing viewers to let out sweet screams over the romantic scene.

[Spoilers] ′Girl Who Sees Smells′ Unveils BTS Photos of Park Yoo Chun and Shin Se Kyung′s Kiss

Even after getting stabbed by the barcode serial killer (Nam Goong Min), Mu Gak wasn′t able to feel any pain, but during the kiss, he suddenly gets a jolt of pain from his wound, making the kiss even more beautiful as it showed Mu Gak gaining his senses back.

The scene was filmed recently at the SBS Tanhyeon Production Center, where all the staff members held in their breaths as the two actors showcased an intimate kiss scene. Ahead of the filming, Park Yoo Chun and Shin Se Kyung carefully discuassed and practiced the lines and prepared for the scene. Director Baek Soo Chan shared about the emotions of the characters to the actors, going deep into every detail of the scene.

Girl Who Sees Smells is continuing to show an increase in ratings. The April 23 broadcast rose to 8.3 percent, its highest since the premiere.

Photo Credit: SBS

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