Each of the four main casts of the drama “Business Proposal,” Ahn Hyo-Seop (Kang Tae-mu), Kim Sejeong (Shin Ha-ri), Kim Min-Kyu (Cha Sung-hoon), and Seol In-Ah (Jin Young-seo), shared their most memorable scenes.
Ahn Hyo-Seop: Tae-mu and Ha-ri’s rainy day scene (Episode 10)
“There are so many scenes that come to mind,” Ahn Hyo-Seop said, “but if I have to pick one, I’ll pick this scene.”
“This is a scene in which Tae-mu notices Ha-ri’s concern about Tae-mu’s traumatic experiences. I recall the scene in which Tae-mu apologizes for not being able to tell Ha-ri about his trauma first, and then Hari, who tried to keep Tae-mu from getting rain. It was so lovely to see how much they cared for one another.”
Kim Sejeong: The scene with Ha-ri crying over the pain of unrequited love and Tae-mu listening in on the phone (Episode 3)
“Some may believe I’ll choose the first encounter scene with Tae-mu, in which Ha-ri introduces Samantha and Rachel,” Kim Sejeong continued, “but the bus stop scene is the more memorable scene for me.”
“The overall flow of ‘Business Proposal‘ is light and pleasant, but I wanted to show that there are some sad feelings inside as well. I remember feeling a little pressure while filming that scene because it was the scene where I needed to elicit sympathy rather than just make it funny.”
Kim Min-Kyu: Sung-hoon and Yeong-seo’s hot night, glasses kissing scene (Episode 7)
Kim Min-Kyu’s pick was the famous “Glasses Kissing” scene. This is the scene in which Sung-hoon tells Young-seo, who had forgotten about him, “I’ll never let you forget about me again.”
“I decided to remove my glasses because they seemed to interfere with the kissing scene. The audience liked it more than I expected,” Kim Min-Kyu added, “While everyone else was focused on filming the kiss scene, my stylist was worried that the glasses might be broken.”
Seol In-Ah: Young-seo and Sung-Hoon’s bathroom scene and the nursery school scene (Episodes 6 and 10).
Seol In-ah said, “I recall a scene in which Young-seo desperately wanted to use the restroom but had to put up with it. I think the hilarity and embarrassment were well blended.”
She also picked another scene, saying, “I recall a scene in which Young-seo understands Sung-hoon’s situation as someone who grew up in a nursery school. Young-seo admits that she also has a past that she has not shared with Sung-hoon. I think the conflict between loved ones is well expressed in the scene.”