Actors Lee Dong Wook and Jo Bo Ah are recently starring in fantasy romance, Tale of the Nine-tailed. About an ages-old fox spirit that was condemned to live on Earth as a guardian spirit of sorts, he meets a spunky producer who’s set to debunk any myths about legendary creatures.

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The two showed off exceptional chemistry on the show, and naturally this extended to behind-the-scenes as well. For the scene where Jo Bo Ah has to fall off a ledge, the falling motion was captured by using wires in a studio. The use of wires can be rather painful for the body, but is an essential for in-the-air action.

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Jo Bo Ah was having a hard time due to her needing to be suspended backwards, hurting her neck if it was without support. She used her hands to support her neck while the director encouraged her to hang in there just a little longer.

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Lee Dong Wook, who was in a more comfortable position, motioned for her to lift up her head a little closer to him. He then sweetly held her head up for her so she could rest her arms.

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What was even sweeter was that in a later scene, as she had to look up at him, he was concerned that she would be straining her neck. Lee Dong Wook told his co-star to relax and supported her with a hand on the back of her neck.

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What a perfect gentleman! It is no wonder everyone only sings praises about him, from fellow cast to crew! Check out the makings video below for more adorable moments.