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Watch: “Ghost Doctor” Cast Are Full Of Giggles In Special Lunar New Year Blooper Reel : Entertainment Daily

Watch: “Ghost Doctor” Cast Are Full Of Giggles In Special Lunar New Year Blooper Reel : Entertainment Daily

For Lunar New Year, “Ghost Doctor” has released a special video featuring unreleased behind-the-scenes clips from episodes 1-8! Helmed by “Heirs” director Boo Sung Chul, tvN’s “Ghost Doctor” is a fantasy medical drama about two doctors who could not be more different in terms of their backgrounds, skills, or personalities, but who end up combining bodies and spirits. Rain stars as genius thoracic surgeon Cha Young Min, while Kim Bum plays silver-spoon resident Go Seung Tak. The video begins with Rain offering ideas to elevate an otherwise mundane scene. Later, he films his car accident scene and the clip shows Rain acting as staff members pull on the car, but he impressively does not stop even when the car stops moving. During a scene with Kim Bum, a staff member jokes that Go Seung Tak has a lot of lines with filler words because he’s always angry. Kim Bum then showcases his professionalism as he flawlessly recites his long lines, earning praise from Rain. Kim Bum shyly explains, “It’s just until here. The next scenes, really… [I haven’t memorized].” Next, the video shows the unique ways the actors had to accommodate for the fantasy aspects of the drama. During a tense scene between Go Seung Tak and Han Seung Won (Tae In Ho), ghost Cha Young Min is angrily yelling from the side, but Tae In Ho must not acknowledge Rain. Once the take ends, the two laugh about how hard it is to ignore the actor. Rain adds, “Uee always does this,” and hilariously imitates the way she looks at him out of the corner of her eye. The portion after features the cast’s funny bloopers, which include them messing up their introductions, forgetting and skipping their lines, missing their timing and more. Catch all the cast’s bloopers and cute antics in the full clip below! tvN’s “Ghost Doctor” airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. KST. Start watching the show with subtitles here! Watch Now How does this article make you feel?

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