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[Video] Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye Pick the ‘Air Kiss’ as the Best Moment of ‘The Heirs’

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2013.12.12 15:57 CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

Out of all the memorable scenes in SBS’ The Heirs, Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye chose the ‘Air Kiss’ as the best moment.

On December 11’s broadcast of SBS’ One Night of TV Entertainment, Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye sat down for an interview, talking about the aftermath of the drama.

[Video] Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye Pick the ‘Air Kiss’ as the Best Moment of ‘The Heirs’

When asked which scene that was the best, Park Shin Hye thought deeply, as Lee Min Ho blurted out, “You’re going to talk about a kiss scene, aren’t you?”

But Park Shin Hye denied his claims, picking the ‘Air Kiss’ scene as the most memorable. Lee Min Ho quickly agreed.

Lee Min Ho shared, “In the script, it says, ‘Just Hold Back,’ but when we filmed it, my lips started moving. But that’s not something my head told me to do and I didn’t do it on purpose.”

He also talked about how he always has really passionate kiss scenes in his dramas and he just obeys what the script says.

[Video] Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye Pick the ‘Air Kiss’ as the Best Moment of ‘The Heirs’

Speaking of his passionate kiss with Park Shin Hye, Lee Min Ho added, “This scene was filmed inside a set and it created this strange feeling. We’re all closed in…and there’s a slight feeling of pleasure.”

Kim Woo Bin later talked about the kiss scenes, saying, “I was a bit frustrated. I jokingly asked Eun Sang and Tan if they liked it.”

He added, “My heart does hurt, but Young Do didn’t see [the kiss] personally. I guess he would have left it to his imagination. ‘I wonder if they kissed or not…’”

The Heirs ends on December 12.



Photo Credit: SBS

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