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[Spoiler] "Gu Family Book" Lee Seung-gi and Suzy fail to kiss

2013/05/28 | 1488 views | Permalink | Source

MBC drama "Gu Family Book" Choi Kang-chi (Lee Seung-gi) didn't turn into a creature even though he took off the bracelet in front of the whole town. The rumors about him being the child of a gumiho also disappeared.

This was possible because Dam Yeo-wool (Suzy) was next to him and then he smiled, "I don't know what it is about you that does that to me". She shared the happiness with him.

Dam Yeo-wool and Choi Kang-chi escaped from the room that night and a romantic atmosphere was created as they talked.

Choi Kang-chi held her hand and wrapped around her shoulders and tried to kiss her but the sound of footsteps stopped him. Before going back on Dam Pyeong-joon's (Jo Sung-ha) orders, Choi Kang-chi turned to face Dam Yeo-wool again but didn't kiss her. Instead he said, "Good night".

Dam Yeo-wool was so nervous but she saw how much more nervous Choi Kang-chi was and thought it was cute.

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