[NEWS] 150108 Roundup of News on Jaejoong’s KBS Spy Drama

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‘Spy’ Go Seong-Hee, “We cannot help but love Kim Jae-Joong


Actress Go Seong-Hee told how it feels like working with Kim Jae-Joong. At Seoul Gangnam-gu Yeoksam-dong Ritz Carlton Hotel, the production conference of KBS2 Friday drama ‘Spy’ was held on January 6.

Go Seong-Hee said about Kim Jae-Joong, “I worried a bit, but he is a man that we cannot help but love.”

Go Seung-Hee said, “I was worried if I can get friendly to him because I’ve seen him since I was young. But he was cute to staffs and actors, and very kind. We cannot help but love Kim Jae-Joong.” And she added about the chemistry further, “There will be something big.”

Go Seung-Hee took the role of Yoon-Jin, a mysterious woman in veil. She is a lover with Kim Jae-Joong in the drama. ‘Spy’ is based on Israeli drama ‘Mice’, and it’s about a mother on the bet with her life for her son, and her son who finds out about his mother’s past. Bae Jong-Ok, Yoo Oh-Seong, Kim Jae-Joong, Go Seong-Hee and more appear on the drama. It will start broadcasting from January 9 9:30 pm. 

Source:  Innolife

Kim Jaejoong and Go Sung Hee Enjoy a Date in Preview Stills from “Spy”



KBS has released new teaser stills for its upcoming drama “Spy,” in which the two leading actors Kim Jaejoong and Go Sung Hee can be seen enjoying a romantic date.

In the stills, the couple can be seen enjoying each other’s company at a hip cafe in Seoul. They are smiling at each other in the photos, and in one image, they are holding hands on the table.

The production staff told the media, “Kim Jaejoong and Go Sung Hee are both bright and active, so they got to know each other very quickly,” adding, “they have great chemistry together, so they are not having any issues filming their romance scenes.”

“Spy,” based on a hit Israeli drama, will tell the story of an ex-spy mother and a son who finds out about her secret. It will air every Friday, starting January 9.

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JYJ Kim Jae Joong Had to Refilm Kiss Scene with Ko Sung Hee Due to Hail


Being disturbed by Mother Nature, JYJ′s Kim Jae Joong and Ko Sung Hee had to re-shoot their kiss scene.

On January 6, KBS′ Spy held its press conference at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Grand Ballroom in Yeoksam-dong, where Kim Jae Joong shared a behind-the-scenes story of his drama kiss scene.

Recently, Kim Jae Joong and Ko Sung Hee′s romantic kiss scene has caught attention. The two spent over three hours as snow fell to film the scene.

Regarding the kiss scene, Kim Jae Joong began with, “It was extremely cold.”

“The wind chill was almost negative 20 degrees Celcius and it started snowing all of a sudden. The picture was really pretty. The snow fluttered like we had planned it. Then huge snowflakes started to fall, followed by rain, and then it turned into hail and fell,” explained Kim Jae Joong, who appeared a bit bitter about having to refilm the scene over again.

KBS′ new drama, Spy is based on the popular Israeli drama, The Gordin Cell, about a mother who risks everything for her son and the son who discovers his mother′s hidden past. The drama will begin on January 9, airing back to back episodes from 9:30 PM to 11:10 PM KST.

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Kim Jaejoong’s Kissing Scenes Sometimes Require Several Takes


Even though filming his latest kissing scene was a chilling experience, Kim Jaejoong felt that it went well.

At the press conference for his new drama “Spy” he spoke about the chilly conditions he endured while filming a kiss scene with co-star Go Sung Hee.

“It was extremely cold,” he said.

While the snowy day made for a romantic scene, it was an unpleasant work environment as the scene took three hours to shoot.

“The wind chill was almost negative 20 degrees Celsius and it started snowing all of a sudden,” he said.

The director could not have asked for a prettier setting but the conditions made it harder to focus.

“The picture was really pretty,”  said Kim Jaejoong. “The snow fluttered as if we had planned it. Then huge snowflakes started to fall, followed by rain and then it turned to hail.”

Although the scene took three hours to film he described the scene as “natural and touching.

“I am usually left still emotional for a while after filming a kissing scene or after scenes with affectionate touching,” he said.

And that was the case with this scene.

The JYJ singer and actor was asked if he had any special techniques for filming kissing scenes. He says he does not.

“I don’t have any tricks as to how to act in kissing scenes. It’s true though that how I approach the scene changes depending on the partner.”

He’s kissed a few beautiful co-stars and the list grows longer as he adds to his acting resume. One of his early notable kisses was shared with Wang Ji Hye in “Protect The Boss.” That kiss scene took some practice.

“I put a lot of effort into the kiss scene with Wang Ji Hye,” he said when he appeared on Choi Kang Hee’s radio program “Night Flight. “It took over 50 takes. If there ever was a NG award, it would definitely have been awarded to us.”

He had memorable kiss scenes with two actresses in Triangle. There was the racy kiss scene when Kim Hye Eun’s character impatiently pulled him into her hotel room. the actress said it made her real-life husband jealous. Then there was his sweet kiss scene with co-star Baek Jin Hee. There’s no word on how long either of those kissing scenes took to film but they were both cinematically effective.

In “Spy” Kim Jaejoong plays a genius intelligence analyst who does not know his mother is a North Korean sleeper spy. His love interest, played by Go Sung Hee, is a seemingly innocent girl with a secret.

Are you excited about this new drama? It starts January 9th.

Source: kdramastars