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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Park Ki-woong surprises Sung Yu-ri with a kiss, he says "Use me"

2016/06/20 | Permalink | Source

On the episode 25 of "Monster - 2016", Do Geon-woo (Park Ki-woong) surprised Oh Soo-yeon (Sung Yu-ri) with a kiss, completely unexpected.

On this day, Do Geon-woo encountered Oh Soo-yeon, who came to meet Byeon Il-jae (Jung Bo-suk). Oh Soo-yeon yelled at him, "How made you think you're allowed to come to Dong-soo (Jeong Soon-won)'s funeral. You're not a human being".

As Do Geon-woo noticed that Oh Soo-yeon thought he was related to Dong-soo's death, he said, "I don't know anything about it. Can't you trust me once?" However, Oh Soo-yeon did not believe him.

Do Geon-woo said, "Take revenge against me? How? Why don't you use me? I'll let myself be used" and then he kissed Oh Soo-yeon. Oh Soo-yeon tried slap him on the face. Do Geon-woo said, "If you want me to, I can destroy Byeon Il-jae any time". However, Oh Soo-yeon just turned around from him.

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