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[Spoiler] "Jang Ok-jeong" Kim Tae-hee and Yoo Ah-in touch

2013/04/08 | 1150 views | Permalink | Source

Jang Ok-jeong and Lee Soon touched each other while she measured his sleeves.

On the first episode of the SBS drama "Jang Ok-jeong", Jang Ok-jeong (Kim Tae-hee) was asked to make a man's clothes.

Previously, letters to Dong Pyeong-gun (Lee Sang-yeob) and Lee Soon (Yoo Ah-in) were cross delivered by mistake. Jang Ok-jeong was waiting where Lee Soon was and Lee Soon thought she was the one being mentioned as his queen.

Lee Soon was eyeing her and asked, "Haven't we met somewhere? I think I've seen you somewhere before". Jang Ok-jeong answered, "I hear that a lot as I have a common looking face". She got closer to him to measure his sleeves.

Lee Soon watched her work and when she got closer to measure his waist he became shy and said, "This woman has no shame in touching the body of a man".

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