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[Spoiler] "Mister Baek" Jang Nara gives Shin Ha-kyun a sad kiss

2014/12/04 Source

Jang Nara kissed Shin Ha-kyun.

On the tenth episode of the MBC drama "Mister Baek", Eun Ha-soo (Jang Nara) kissed Choi Sin-hyeong (Shin Ha-kyun).

Choi Sin-hyeong, Choi Dae-han and Eun Ha-soo created a project to save the resort. After the send off of the 'wish balloons', Choi Sin-hyeong took a peek at Eun Ha-soo's wish.

She said, "I am happy thanks to Choi Sin-hyeong. I wish this moment lasted forever". Choi Sin-hyeong sensed that he didn't have much time and cried.

That night, Choi Sin-hyeong called out Eun Ha-soo and said, "It's going to take a few hours. Is that okay? I picked a movie without asking you what you wanted to watch. Is it alright if it's not that good?"

While watching the movie, Eun Ha-soo held Choi Sin-hyeong's hand and leaned on his shoulder. After the movie, she kissed him first. Their kiss was bittersweet.

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