“Extraordinary Attorney Woo” back hug scene is Kang Tae Oh’s idea: Here’s how he came up with it 

Another behind-the-scenes moment of “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” became a hot topic. 

The latest behind-the-scenes video of “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” released on August 9th shows the set when the scene of Lee Jun Ho (Kang Tae Oh) trying to calm down Woo Young Woo (Park Eun Bin) as she got panicked by witnessing a car accident, was filmed. 

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Park Eun Bin introduced the large-scale accident scene, saying, “Today we are filming ‘Woo Young Woo Blockbuster’. A vehicle is going to be destroyed and make huge noises.”

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After filming for the dangerous scene was over, Park Eun Bin showed concern for the dump truck driver by asking if he was alright. 

The hug scene between Kang Tae Oh and Park Eun Bin followed. Kang Tae Oh talked to the director about various poses on how Lee Jun Ho could calm the panicked Woo Young Woo. Lee Jun Ho and Woo Young Woo were supposed to do a frontal hug which could look a bit awkward.

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Kang Tae Oh looked it up beforehand and suggested a back hug instead. He even showed the director a video he found and the director said, “A back hug is not bad.” Therefore, they eventually changed to a back hug.

When the video was released, viewers left comments:

  • It’s amazing that Kang Tae Oh researched how to hug her in advance. He was so prepared. 
  • So the back hug scene was Kang Tae Oh’s idea! It was very touching.
  • Kang Tae Oh’s character studies are detailed. He’s so cool.
  • If it was just a normal hug, it would have looked like a love scene, the back hug was a genius idea.

Source: Nate

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