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[Spoiler] "Clear Tomorrow" Seol In-ah Burps in Front of Lee Chang-wook

2018/05/08 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 1TV drama "Clear Tomorrow", Kang Honey (Seol In-ah) burped continuously in front of Park Do-kyung (Lee Chang-wook).

Kang Honey was working the customer care center when she was sexually harassed by one of the customers and a colleague took the phone and cussed at the customer, but she was fired. Kang Honey was upset and drinking a beer in front of the convenient store when she ran into Park Do-kyung and they drank together.

Park Do-kyung said, "Everyone goes through that when they are working. Changes come and go and life changes too. If it's not a major accident, just go for it. There will be a solution. Fighting!" Kang Honey yelled, "Fighting" and burped accidentally.

Park Do-kyung laughed but she burped again. When he tried to suppress his laughter, she said, "Just laugh and make it less embarrassing". When they parted to go home, Kang Honey said to herself, "Goodnight my dear. Meet you in my dreams".

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