Strong Woman Do Bong Soon's BTS clip features hilarious act of Kim Won Hae [VIDEO]

At the end of shot, Bo Young said, "This is so difficult. Am I the only one having a hard time because this is so funny?"

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Actors Park Hyung-sik, Park Bo-young and Ji-soo during a Press Conference for JTBC's 'Strong Woman Do Bong Soon.'

The hilariously engaging storyline of the hit drama of JTBC, "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" has made the viewers laugh enough to clench their stomachs but recently JTBC released a behind-the-scenes clip giving a clear view that the cast of the drama also had a good laugh while filming the ad-libs.

The behind-the-scenes clip focuses mainly on Kim Won Hae who plays both a gangster and a sassy employee at Ainsoft.

Kim Won Hae's character is seen frantically trying to warn Park Hyun Sik about the power of Do Bong Soon but is not aware that he already knows about it. While filming this, every time Kim Won Hae says his line everyone bursts into laughter. He proved that he is kind of comedy when he chucked a piece of pickled radish and stomped off.

The lead actress of the drama, Park Bo Young completely loved the acting of Kim Won Hae and she really struggled hard to hold her laughter during each take.

At the end of shot, she said, "This is so difficult. Am I the only one having a hard time because this is so funny?"

In other news, as the drama is about to end next week, Bo Young recently conveyed her love and appreciation to avid viewers of "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon."

According to Soompi, in a V-app session, the actress thanked all the fans for their support and also mentioned how the cast and crew members were impressed with all the positive response that the drama received since the time it premiered.

Meanwhile, the drama bounces back in the ratings as with episode 14 achieved viewer ratings of 9.3 percent in Seoul, which is 1.3 percent higher than the previous episode's ratings of 8.0 percent, according to Nielsen Korea.

Watch the hilarious clip below:

This article was first published on April 9, 2017