Watch: Cha Eun Woo, Hwang In Yeop, And Moon Ga Young Have Fun Filming Action Scenes For “True Beauty”
tvN’s “True Beauty” revealed the making-of video for episode 6!
The video starts with ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo placing a leaf on Moon Ga Young’s head as they stroll down a sidewalk for a scene. He tries again multiple times a the leaf keeps falling, and Cha Eun Woo finally succeeds by sticking the leaf in between her locks. After receiving the “okay” sign from the director, Moon Ga Young takes the leaf and puts it on Cha Eun Woo’s head. He says the leaf is a chicken’s comb and pretends to be a chicken.
Next, Moon Ga Young tests Cha Eun Woo’s knowledge of makeup. When he has trouble guessing the makeup tool used on the eyelashes, the director correctly says, “Mascara.” Cha Eun Woo asks what the tool used to curl your eyelashes up is called, and Moon Ga Young tells him it’s the eyelash curler. Moon Ga Young tests what he’s learned, and he gets all of the names correct except for the alternative name for blush in Korean, which is “cheek touch.”
The video also shares what went on behind the scenes of Lee Su Ho (Cha Eun Woo)’s visit to Lim Ju Gyeong’s (Moon Ga Young’s) house. As Cha Eun Woo and Jang Hye Jin (playing Lim Ju Gyeong’s mom) wait for their scene together, Jang Hye Jin shows off an elegant pose and shows Cha Eun Woo how she points her fingers elegantly.
As they film the scene where Lim Ju Gyeong’s family and Lee Su Ho are sitting around the table for samgyeopsal (pork belly), the actors themselves also enjoy the food. The conversation gets heated as they try to figure out what Lim Ju Gyeong’s older sister (Im Se Mi) would have to call Lee Su Ho if he married Lim Ju Gyeong. Korean kinship terminology is so complicated that it can be confusing for Koreans as well. After making a number of guesses, they finally remember that she has to call him jebu.
Next is the chaotic scene of the power outage that leads to Cha Eun Woo being squished underneath all of Lim Ju Gyeong’s family members. After the scene, the director asks Cha Eun Woo if he’s okay, and he replies that he’s fine.
Lastly, they film the scene of the students of Saebom High School hanging out at a karaoke. Cha Eun Woo and Hwang In Yeop are fierce as they rehearse and film their long action scene, but they look innocent and friendly while the cameras are not rolling.
In the scene, Lim Ju Gyeong saves Lee Su Ho by bringing a tambourine down on his attacker’s head, and Moon Ga Young apologizes to the actor playing the attacker after filming the scene.
Hwang In Yeop as Han Seo Jun comes to Lim Ju Gyeong’s rescue, and the fiery gaze he shoots at Moon Ga Young afterwards makes the director say, “It looks like you’re about to hit her!” The actors laugh, and Moon Ga Young pretends to shield herself from him.
Check out the full making-of below:
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