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First Pictures from Lee Min Ho and Kim Hee Sun’s ‘Faith’ Shooting

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2012.05.25 17:53 CJ E&M enewsWorld Stewart Ho

The first batch of pictures from the first day of shooting from Lee Min Ho and Kim Hee Sun’s upcoming drama Faith have been released.

The scenes from the pictures were shot on May 24 in Seoul’s Bongeun Temple.

The scene was a dramatic one in which the Goryeo Dynasty warrior Choi Young (Lee Min Ho) enters a time and space portal to modern-day Korea and before the portal closes brings back Eun Soo (Kim Hee Sun).

Though it was the first day of shooting for the cast and crew, the chemistry on set was said to be wonderful and the passion of the actors was said to be overflowing.

First Pictures from Lee Min Ho and Kim Hee Sun’s ‘Faith’ Shooting

Regarding the shooting, Lee Min Ho shared, “Though it was our first day of shooting, I’m very glad the shooting went well thanks to Kim Jong Hak director, the producers and staff’s careful preparations and understanding. The acting with Kim Hee Sun senior went very well. I hope I will really bring to life the wonderful character of Choi Young the writers have created.”

Kim Hee Sun shared similar sentiments saying, “I was really nervous as it’s my first drama shooting in a long time, but as soon as filming began it was comfortable and felt like I was shooting for the drama just a few days ago and I had returned. I think this is all due to the hard work of the production and our team work and I’m very grateful.”

Faith is a fusion sageuk about the romantic relationship between a warrior from the Koryo Dynasty and a female doctor in present day. Kim Hee Sun takes the role of the female doctor and Lee Min Ho will play the role of the king’s body guard. The drama will air on August 13.

Photo credit: Kim Jong Hak Production

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