Upcoming SBS TV Mon-Tue drama ‘High Society’ held their production conference on June 3rd, and saw the presence of main cast members like After School’s UEE, Sung Joon, ZE:A’s Park Hyungsik, Lim Ji Yeon, and many others.
At the conference, Sung Joon expressed that he and UEE had a lot in common because they were around the same age (two years difference), and this helped greatly in their acting.
‘High Society’ will tell the love story and power struggles of people from different rungs of society, and will premiere on June 8th.
Uee and Sung Joon have revealed that they had quite the first encounter when they met to film the teaser for their upcoming SBS romantic melodrama “High Society.” At a recent press conference, the two stars talked about what went down.
Uee says, “We were like, ‘Hello, I’m Sung Joon,’ ‘Hello, I’m Uee noona,’ and then right away said ‘Should we start?’ and we just did the kiss scene. After that we were really comfortable with each other.”
“One of Sung Joon’s great points is that when he’s acting he always makes his co-star feel relaxed,” she says. “If I make a mistake in a scene and apologize, he tells me not to worry about it. He’s the kind of guy who really makes you fall in love with him when you’re acting.”
Sung Joon adds, “Since the first thing we shot together was the kiss scene in the teaser, getting close physically made us also get close psychologically.”
Regarding what he likes about his co-star Uee, Sung Joon says, “It’s easy to get cranky when you’re working. But Uee isn’t like a typical actress, she’s more like a hyung to me. So we work well together.”
“High Society” will be airing its first episode on June 8.
Upcoming SBS Monday-Tuesday drama “High Society” held a press conference on June 3 with main cast Park Hyung Sik, Sung Joon, and Uee in attendance.
During the event, Sung Joon was asked about how Uee stands out among his previous co-stars, which include actresses Han Ji Min, Kim So Yeon, and Jung Yoo Mi, to which he answered, “She has the best body.”
He continued, “With my other co-stars, there was an age difference of at least six years, whereas with Uee we’re only two year apart, so I think we are able to have better chemistry.”
Meanwhile, “High Society” is a drama about a chaebol’s daughter who attempts to hide her wealthy background to find a man who will love her for herself. It is slated to premiere on June 8 at 10 p.m. KST on SBS.
Well, Sung Joon, you are not so bad yourself.
The model-turned-actor talked about his ‘High Society’ co-star, UEE, during the drama’s press conference on June 3 at the SBS Hall – and he spared no compliments.
He said, “UEE has a lot of merits, but if I were to choose one – just one – her body is extremely nice.” She is known for her tall, slim-yet-curvy figure!
“There was quite an age difference with the female co-stars I’ve worked with up to this point,” he continued “However, there is only a 2-year age difference with UEE. This is also a strong point.”
He also mentioned that they had to kiss when they first met for filming, saying, “I ended up kissing UEE for the filming of our first teaser. As we got closer physically, I feel like we got to get closer mentally, as well. When you work, you meet some persnickety people, but UEE is making me feel comfortable as not an actress but as a hyung (older brother).”
You can see their chemistry in the premiere of the youth melodrama, ‘High Society,’ on June 8!
Already gathering attention for their kiss scenes , After School UEE shared that she and her co-star Sung Jun got really close after kissing.
On June 3, Sung Jun and UEE attended the press conference for SBS’ new drama, High Society at the SBS headquarters in Mokdong, where the two talked about their kiss scenes for the drama.
The two actors both answered that they got close after their kiss scenes for the drama’s first teaser.
“At the time, it was a ‘Hello, I’m Sung Jun,’ ‘Hello, I’m UEE nuna,’ and then we had a kiss scene. After that, we got really close and comfortable,” explained UEE. “Sung Jun’s charm is that he makes his counterpart feel really comfortable. When I make NGs and feel terrible about it, he consoles me, telling me not to worry. He’s someone who really makes you fall in love with him while acting.”
Sung Jun added, “The first teaser we filmed included a kiss scene, and because we got close physically, we got close mentally as well.”
Then about UEE, he said, “There are people who get quite feisty as they work, but UEE doesn’t act like an actress. She′s more like a hyung. She makes it really comfortable. We’re even talking informally, and we act well together.”
High Society is about a girl, who was born into wealth, hoping to fall in love with someone, who loves her for who she is.
The drama will begin June 8.
After jokes flew around from program to program, After School’s UEE cleared up the air and said that ZE:A’s Kwang Hee was just a friend.
On June 3, UEE attended the press conference for SBS’ new drama, High Society at the SBS headquarters in Mokdong.
There, UEE was asked about ZE:A’s Kwang Hee, who has previously asked UEE why she changed her number and also to go eat with him on MBC’s Infinity Challenge.
“I’ve known Kwang Hee even before I got to know Hyung Sik and we greeted each other often,” said UEE. “We’ve never eaten together privately, but because he’s very playful, he once asked to eat together by saying, ‘Do you have a man? If you don’t, let’s eat together.’”
“So I joked about him on Running Man, but I think it got misunderstood,” continued UEE. “Kwang Hee is a very charming friend. He’s that kind of friend. But there’s nothing more.”
She then added, “If opportunity allows, I’ll buy him something delicious.”
Hyung Sik, who was also at the press conference joked, “I don′t want to be there when they get food. I don′t want to eat with Kwang Hee.”
UEE will appear on High Society, which will begin starting June 8.