Moon Lovers: Z Hera talks about her reservations over kiss scene with EXO's Baekhyun

Lee Joon Gi and IU are the leads of the historical drama, Moon Lovers

EXO's Baekhyun at the press conference of historical drama, Scarlet Heart: Goryeo. Facebook

Along with Moon Lover's lover birds, Lee Joon Gi and IU, cute-looking couple Z.Hera and EXO Baekhyun is also garnering quite a lot of attention from the fans. The duo is seen in supporting cast, and shares a beautiful husband and wife bond in the drama.

Recently, the 10th Prince Wang Eun played by Baekhyun and his wife, Hera, sprouted on the web like mushrooms, on account of their intense kissing scene. Many praised the pair for their amazing chemistry, and complemented the 20-year-old new comer for her incredible acting skills.

Reacting to her popular kissing scene with the EXO member, the South Korean rookie actress showed amazement. She said she is happy that EXO's fans took the intimate scene in good spirit: "I was so relieved to see the positive responses," she said.

Talking further about the lip-locking scene, the actress told OSEN: "We filmed the scene a while back, and at the time it was really comfortable. I think it was because we're pretty close in age." Both Baekhyun and Hera are in their early 20's and new to K-pop acting scene.

The debutant further shared that it was her first on-screen kiss, and she may have not done well: "I don't know about Baekhyun, but it was my first kiss scene so I don't think I did that well. Even though there weren't a lot of NGs, I think I made a few mistakes. But I'm relieved to hear that we look good together," Hera told the media outlet.

About director's take on the scene, the actress shared: "I was a bit worried because the director didn't give any feedback while we filmed the scene. But he did say 'Just keep doing what you're doing,' and so I felt comfortable after that."

"There were a lot of scenes in last night's episode where I worked really hard. I'm so thankful that they edited them nicely," Hera affirmed.

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