Song Joong Ki had up to 100 NG takes for kissing scenes

In case you’re wondering: it happened on the set of Descendants of the Sun


Korean actors Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo have been the center of attention ever since they announced their relationship and engagement in July. The pair met on the set of hit Korean drama Descendants of the Sun and its director Kim Si-Hyeong recently revealed that Joong Ki had plenty of NG (no good) takes for his kissing scenes.

When discussing what went on behind the scenes of the hit drama during a programme, the director admitted that between the couple, it was Joong Ki who had more trouble with his scenes. He also revealed that the kissing scenes had to be taken up to a 100 times sometimes as different angels were required but Joong Ki always persevered on. For that, he praised the 31-year-old actor for never showing any signs of fatigue despite the numerous retakes and always livening up the atmosphere.

Joong Ki and Hye Kyo have always maintained a low profile couple and have been secretive about their relationship. Prior to their engagement announcement, they had always denied rumours that they were dating, even when spotted together.

However, they made a rare appearance together at the airport recently to catch a flight to America. Rumours began to spark that they were planning to have a secret photoshoot in San Francisco after it was revealed that the trip to America composed of close friends, make-up artists, hairstylists, other staff members, and even professional photographer Hong Jang Hyun.

Both their respective agencies have denied claims that the trip to America was for their pre-wedding photoshoot but instead, said that they were there on individual schedules. Till now, nothing has been confirmed.

The Song-Song couple will tie the knot at the Shilla Hotel on Oct 31.

Photos: PBE Media

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