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“Acting Geniuses” Song Joong Ki and Lee Sung Min portrayed a car accident without CGI

The behind-the-scenes for Song Joong Ki and Lee Sung Min’s car accident scene in “Reborn Rich” were revealed, surprising everyone. 

The JTBC drama “Reborn Rich” is receiving a lot of love from viewers with its solid storytelling and astounding acting performances by cast members. In the midst of this, the behind-the-scenes of one particular scene has proven the true acting prowess of leading actors Song Joong Ki and Lee Sung Min

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In particular, in the December 10th episode of the drama, Jin Yang Chul (Lee Sung Min) and Jin Do Jun (Song Joong Ki) got involved in a car accident. Then, on December 15th, the shooting behind of this scene was unveiled through a video on the YouTube channel “JTBC Drama”. 

As it turns out, there was no CGI involved, and the car was standing completely still. Instead, to portray a traffic accident, Lee Sung Min and Song Joong Ki moved their bodies like an expert inside the car. 

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Seeing this, many people were greatly impressed by the dynamic gestures of the two actors, who were full of passion for acting. They even tried to make a better scene by holding car glass made of sugar in their hands and throwing it as their bodies moved.

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Then, the moment the director made an “Okay” sign, Lee Sung Min and Song Joong Ki burst into laughter. 

Thanks to the splendid movement of the camera director and the actors who performed passionately until the end, the realistic traffic accident scene was completed.

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After the filming was over, Lee Sung Min couldn’t hold back his laugh and said, “What is this?

On the other hand, viewers who watched behind-the-scenes of the traffic accident couldn’t help but gape and express their admiration. They also leave comments such as, “That’s really professional”, “I always thought they did this with CGI but turns out they just acted directly…”, and “The staff also had a hard time”. 

Source: Insight 

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