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[Spoiler] "Gu Family Book" Lee Seung-gi and Suzy's first night together

2013/06/18 | 1440 views | Permalink | Source

"Gu Family Book" Lee Seung-gi and Suzy had a cute, first night.

Dam Yeo-wool (Suzy) comforted Choi Kang-chi (Lee Seung-gi) who was having a hard time dealing with his mother Yoon Seo-hwa's (Yoon Se-ah) death and such on the twenty-second episode of the MBC drama "Gu Family Book".

Dam Yeo-wool stayed by his side all night and at last, Choi Kang-chi awoke from his sleep. He saw her sleeping next to him and saw her hand on his chest. He held her hand and turned his body to look at her, lovingly.

He asked her why she was here like this and she said, "he was crying so much last night, she couldn't leave him alone".

Dam Yeo-wool woke up with a start to see the sun up. Choi Kang-chi said, "This is our first night together and we have recollection of it. How disappointing".

Choi Kang-chi had to leave soon to become a human and Yeo-wool was disappointed that they only had three days.

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