Roger Kwok and Rebecca Zhu were recently filming a scene for the upcoming drama Fatal Resurrection.
The scene involves Rebecca secretly kneeling at the bedside and trying to steal a kiss from the sleeping Roger Kwok.
Behind the scenes, the couple were playful, making a lot of comical facial expressions and even struck a heart pose together.
During the interview, Rebecca said she is very prepared for the stealing a kiss scene: "I have rinsed my mouth and flossed my teeth!"
Roger Kwok joked and said that there was a lot of tension during filming, reports Asian E-News Portal.
Are there any other kissing scenes?
"I don't know what the director has asked for, but I am very nervous because I haven't filmed one for a while".
The two were asked whether they are embarrassed filming intimate scenes:
Roger said: "It would be better if we filmed together for a couple of times. Just like when I had filmed a one-night stand scene with Toby Chan. We had to film the scene the first time we met each other and it took us a long time to complete the filming".
Rebecca said: "I am well rested, and there is no pressure for me when filming an intimate scene for the first time!"
Roger was asked whether he had reported to his wife, Cindy Au about his filming:
Roger revealed his wife told him to release himself: "She told me not to say anything, she told me to go out and experience because she knows it's for work".
Are you surrounded by a lot of girls in the drama?)
It's the first time having so much intimate scenes since I started my acting career. Two days later I might have to film a bed scene.
Would your wife get angry after watching this?
This is only a drama, not a movie.
What is the most intimate scene?
"Everyone will see it when it airs".
Rebecca who wore a thick coat, had to to take it off because the filming site was getting hot and when Roger saw that he laughed and said: "Ha, you will also feel hot when you see us!"
Roger was asked if he is worried about his children watching his passionate performances.
Roger said children can only watch it when accompaned by a parent, but they will probably be asleep by the time it broadcasts.
"There was one time when me and my son bumped into Joey Meng on the streets.
"She then called me husband and I immediately had to give her an eye signal saying my son is right here.
"Later my son questioned me, asking me 'how come the sister called you husband?'
"I then explained to him that we as actors/actresses have to get into character and he also understood".