Yoo Ah In starrer tvN drama, "Chicago Typewriter" recently filmed a kissing scene with Im Soo Jung, in one of the latest episode of the drama.

According to Soompi, on May 17, tvN released some of the behind-the-scenes stills from the episode on their official Facebook page. The shots give a closer look at the on-screen chemistry of the pair.

The stars are seen dressed in vintage attire which portrays the characters of 1930s Seo Hwi Young and Ryu Soo Hyun. They are seen embracing each other and having a passionate kiss.

As the kiss took place between the characters of 1930s, viewers wonder whether the present-day counterparts that is, Han Se Joo and Jeon Sul will also have some romance blossoming between them.

For those who haven't watched it yet, the story of the tvN drama revolves around the characters ofYoo Ah In, Im Soo Jung, Go Kyung Pyo and how they are connected to each other in the present as well as in the past, through an antique typewriter.

Yoo Ah-in plays the character of a bestselling author who is prickly and sensitive. He, at the age of 21 turns out to be a brilliant writer but presently he is facing a severe writer's block and cannot write a single word. The editor suggests him to take a ghostwriter which is played by Go Kyung-pyo.

Im Soo-jung also stars in the series playing the role of a literary buff who was once a huge fan of Yoo Ah-in's works but ended up being his biggest critic because of some series of incidents that happened.

"Chicago Typewriter" airs every Friday and Saturday at 8:30 p.m. KST.