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[Spoiler] "Monster - 2016" Kang Ji-hwan and Sung Yu-ri go deeper with a kiss

2016/06/14 | Permalink | Source

"Monster - 2016" Sung Yu-ri and Kang Ji-hwan kissed.

On the twenty-fourth episode of the MBC drama "Monster - 2016", Kang Ki-tan (Kang Ji-hwan) and Oh Soo-yeon (Sung Yu-ri) fell deeper for each other.

Kang Ki-tan managed to escape from Jo Ki-ryang's (Choi Jong-won) mob. Kang Ki-tan called up lawyer Min Byeong-ho (Kim Won-hae) and Oh Soo-yeon who was with Min Byeong-ho snatched Min Byeong-ho's phone to talk to Kang Ki-tan.

When she desperately asked Kang Ki-tan to meet her, he told her Byeon Il-jae (Jung Bo-suk) was watching her and to be careful as she came to meet him.

They met and Kang Ki-tan told Oh Soo-yeon, "Jeong-eun, I'm Gook-cheol". Oh Soo-hyeon said, "Why are you telling me that now? Do you know how long I waited?" and ran into his arms. Kang Ki-tan comforted her and kissed her.

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