Park Solomon and Cho Yi-hyun talked about their kissing scene in the hit Netflix series All of Us Are Dead.
In an interview with Netflix Korea, the two stars relayed that it took many takes when the scene was filmed.
“Even now, Lomon can’t stop smiling. He looks so happy watching [the scene]," director Lee Jae-gyu said in the interview teasing Solomon.
"How many takes did we do?" the director then asked.
“17 takes?” Solomon replied.
Yi-hyun explained why they had to repeat the kissing scene multiple times, sharing, "It took pretty long because I... I'm really sorry to Lomon. I couldn't find where his lips were because I was closing my eyes."
"[I asked him] 'Lomon I'm really sorry. But can we try one more time?' Then he was like 'Sure,'" Yi-hyun further relayed.
Solomon admitted that he got nervous filming the scene.
"Before shooting that I was like, 'I'm so nervous, what do I do?' But after the kiss, I realized, so this is why actors do romance movies. This is my favorite scene," he stated.
In the series, Solomon plays the role of Lee Su-hyeok, a former member of a group of bullies. Meanwhile, Yi-hyun portrays the role of Choi Nam-ra, the class president of Class 2-5.
All of Us Are Dead premiered on Netflix on January 28.