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[Spoiler] "My Princess" 'Romantic Warm City Guy' Song Seung-heon takes care of Kim Tae-hee

2011/01/18 | Permalink | Source

Song Seung-heon is about to shake women's hearts with his romantic guy mode.

Song Seung-heon brings Kim Tae-hee who was in a sudden accident, to his home and takes care of her.

Hae-yng (Song Seung-heon) makes porridge and feeds Lee Seol (Kim Tae-hee) and puts a wet towel on her head for her fever and shows a side of him he's never shown before.

In a situation where Hae-young has to stop the imperial family re-establishing and Lee Seol becoming a princess, this could be resentful to him but he takes care of her with all his heart. Hae-young, who's always been so touchy has become the 'romantic warm city guy'.

Viewers expect them to start a love mode after all this time of bickering at each other. Whether or not this pretend couple will actually become the sweet couple for the eyes is an issue.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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