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[Spoiler] "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!" Oh Chang-suk and Lee Yoo-ri kiss

2014/06/29 | Permalink | Source

Oh Chang-suk and Lee Yoo-ri kissed.

In the MBC weekend drama "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!", Jae-hee (Oh Chang-suk) saved Min-jeong (Lee Yoo-ri) who was in danger and kissed the crying girl.

Jae-hee pulled out Min-jeong, who was being humiliated by a rich girl, then comforted her. When she started crying he said, "It's alright. Why are you crying now?"

Min-jeong said, "I know you spent a lot of time on her but thanks for being angry at her".

Jae-hee said, "I can't stand any of my designers bowing down to someone. This connection as bound to break and it wasn't because of you".

Min-jeong was touched by what he said and said, "Thank you. That's the first time anyone's been on my side. I always thought I was alone. I would fight with friends and she would tell her mom. Then her mother would scold me and I would cried about it all night".

Jae-hee was weakened by her tears and then he kissed her.

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