Park Shin Hye playfully accuses Cho Seung Woo of forgetting his lines during the kiss scene in “Sisyphus: The Myth”
The video behind-the-scenes about the kiss scene in “Sisyphus: The Myth” begins with Park Shin Hye and Cho Seung Woo rehearsing the moment in which Han Tae Sool (Cho Seung Woo) attempts to get close with Kang Seo Hae (Park Shin Hye), who gets nervous and fends him off at first with boxing moves. The two actors are more interested in ad-libbing than getting romantic, with Park Shin Hye practicing her boxing movements and Cho Seung Woo pretending to put his guard up.
Later, in the middle of filming, Cho Seung Woo is halfway through his character’s lines when he begins to speak a little slower and Park Shin Hye bursts out laughing. The director and Cho Seung Woo react in confusion, and she accuses her co-star, “You forgot your lines just then, didn’t you?” But Cho Seung Woo denies it, saying, “I was just savoring the words.”
The two actors get back into character and finish filming their sweet scene, except that Cho Seung Woo accidentally punches the sofa too hard at the end, and the sofa headrest malfunctions. He doesn’t break character and Park Shin Hye continues with her line, but the cast and crew burst out laughing as soon as they monitor the scene again.
Check out the clip below!
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