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Lee Joon on Kiss Scenes: 'I try my best to end it as fast as I can'

by YuGee / Nov 01, 2016 06:59 AM EDT
TAIPEI, TAIWAN - JUNE 03: (CHINA OUT, TAIWAN OUT) South Korea singer and actor Joon Lee visits Taipei to meet fans on June 3, 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan of China. (Photo by Unioncom/VCG/VCG via Getty Images)

In an interview with News1, South Korean actor Lee Joon revealed the difficulties of filming kiss scenes, a report from allkpop stated.

The actor is presently starring in a new drama titled "Woman Who Pulls a Carrier" together with Choi Ji Woo and Joo Jin Mo. He recently completed a kiss scene with actress Choi Ji Woo and he was asked about their kiss scene. To this, the actor responded, "Kiss scenes are hard no matter who you are filming with. I mean, you have to kiss someone who is not really your lover."

He further explained, "I try my best to end it as fast as I can. And to end it fast is to really do it. You do not know how your partner's feeling, so it is important to be considerate. For 'Heard It Through the Grapevine,' I had to kiss Go Ah Sung a lot, and it made me realize that this is a sensitive job requiring consideration for the other."

Lee Joon reiterated, "You have to do well on the first try. If you make a mistake, then it seems like you have other personal intentions and going on the second take makes it awkward. You have to do it well once with sincerity."

In a separate interview with Star News, Lee Joon how he turned malicious comments into something helpful and useful to his career as an actor. When asked about where he gets acting advice, the actor replied with an unexpected answer. He said, "I find them on the Internet. I read malicious comments, and they make me think, 'Oh, my acting was like that.' I also read compliments."

However, he also revealed that the malicious comments were not helpful for his role in the movie "Lucky." He explained, "I usually monitor everything regarding my acting, but I was not able to for 'Lucky' because the movie did so well. It is hard to read all the numerous reviews."

Lee Joon continued, "To be honest, I do get hurt sometimes after reading malicious comments, but I accept them. I try to understand no matter if it is a compliment or criticism since it is my job. I try not to show my feelings to others, so I just spend lonely time at home. When I think back, it is a problem that I need to accept."

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