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[Spoiler] "Black Knight" Shin Se-kyung Wakes up to Kim Rae-won

2017/12/07 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Black Knight", Jeong Hae-ra (Shin Se-kyung) woke up in Moon Soo-ho's (Kim Rae-won) house. Startled, she searched for the exit only to be greeted by the sight of Soo-ho coming out of the shower.

She screamed and tried to leave, but remembered her forgotten coat and bag for which she headed back to the bedroom. Soo-ho casually told her to have some breakfast to which Hae-ra wondered who he was and why he'd brought her here.

Soo-ho replied, "I'm a businessman. Because I work all year, I take a month out of each year to vacation here. To make money, I do whatever I need except murderer, arson, and kidnapping".

Hae-ra wondered why he hadn't told her that in the first place to which he replied, "Then we wouldn't have been able to be together all day".

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