Watch: Lee Jae Wook Keeps Making The Cast Laugh Behind-The-Scenes Of “I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice”
JTBC’s “I’ll Go to You When the Weather Is Nice” has released a new behind-the-scenes video!
The making-of video begins with the cast talking about Lee Jae Wook’s line involving the title of the novel “Me, Natasha, and A White Donkey.” Lee Sun Hee offhandedly comments that Lee Jae Wook’s tone sounds funny while reciting his lines, prompting the others to laugh while Lee Jae Wook asks in a confused way, “Why is it funny?”
Park Min Young interrupts with playful teasing by saying, “I know the reason. You kind of look like a donkey.” Lee Sun Hee comments, “He’s angry. His ears are getting red,” while Park Min Young continues to explain, “Like a cute donkey. Some people look like dinosaurs. You look like a dinosaur with a donkey feel.” Lee Sun Hee laughs, saying that the situation can’t be fixed at this point.
Han Chang Min also joins in on the teasing by copying Lee Jae Wook, causing the actor to tickle Han Chang Min in revenge. The video inserts a clip of Lee Jae Wook politely asking if it’s okay to call Han Chang Min as Seung Ho (his character’s name) only a few hours earlier, showing his ability to get close with the other actors quickly. When the actors finally start filming, they’re still unable to stop laughing. Eventually, the director tells them to laugh for a minute straight before starting again.
Lee Jae Wook also starts to make coffee behind the scenes, and when he’s asked if he knows how to use the machine, he replies, “Of course.” However, he quickly backtracks and says, “It’s a lie. That was acting.”
Watch the full making-of video below!
“I’ll Go to You When the Weather Is Nice” airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. KST.
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