Popular actress Clara recalls 'high-school' kiss with Song Joong-ki

Popular actress Clara (Lee Sung-Min) recalled memories of her past kissing scene with mega Korean star Song Joong-ki in an interview with media outlet Bnt recently.

"It has been long since I last met him," recollected Swiss-born Clara, who starred with Song in one segment of the film "Five Senses of Eros" in 2009.

"I am curious if he will remember me. I was a rookie then, so I am thankful to him for helping me out a lot," said the curvy actress and model who became famous in recent years and is regarded as one of the hottest Asian sex symbols.

In the film segment, Believe In The Moment, Clara and Song play one of the three high-school couples, who decided to exchange partners for 24 hours, as none of them have strong convictions about their romantic feelings.

When asked about her ideal male type in the recent interview, Clara said she likes an honest man. "I want to meet a person who expresses love a lot," she said.

Bnt also released pictures of Clara in different outfits, including a long white dress that highlighted her elegance.

Song Joong-ki, Yoo Ah-in to compete for Best Actor award

The 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards - one of the biggest K-entertainment awards of the year - will be held June 3 evening and the the nominees have been announced.

Among the noteworthy competitors are actors Yoo Ah-in and Song Joong-ki who have both been nominated in the category for Best Male Actor in TV.

Yoo is nominated for his role as Prince Yi Bang-won in SBS' historical fiction "Six Flying Dragons" and Song for his heartthrob character Captain Yoo Shi-jin in KBS drama, "Descendants of the Sun", which has been a huge hit in Korea and Asian countries.

Song and Yoo have a history of clinching Best Couple Award at 2010 KBS Drama Awards for their "bromance" in drama, "Sungkyunkwan Scandal".

Co-organised by JTBC and The Daily Sports, the awards show will be held at 8.30pm on June 3. The entire ceremony is scheduled to be streamed live simultaneously in China and Korea via cable channel JTBC and Chinese online streaming platform iQiyi.