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[Spoiler] 'Glamorous Temptation' Choi Kang-hee and Joo Sang-wook share an ardent kiss

2015/11/23 | Permalink | Source

On the 15th episode of MBC's "Glamorous Temptation", Kang Seok-hyeon (Jung Jin-young) set Jin Hyeong-woo (Joo Sang-wook) free.

Shin Eun-soo (Choi Kang-hee) confessed to Seok-hyeon that the man behind the phone was a different person not Hyeong-woo. Hyeong-woo also revealed the man was Kang Il-do (Kim Bup-rae).

Seok-hyeon told the two that they should keep it secret, and then he let them go. Hyeong-woo later went to see Eun-soo.

Hyeong-woo asked, "Why did you say it's all done by you alone? You knew how dangerous it was". Eun-soo looked at him and said, "You did even more dangerous thing for me". And then the two shared a kiss.

Eun-soo asked him, "Do you really have to take revenge? Can't you leave normally like other people?" Her sincere question brought up the ardent mood between the two.

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