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[Spoiler] "My Princess" Song Seung-heon official 'Tae-hee ache'! "What princess likes, I like"

2011/02/10 | Permalink | Source

Actor Song Seung-heon has fallen deep into Kim Tae-hee.

In the twelfth episode of MBC drama "My Princess" (written by Jang Yeong-sil director Kwon Seok-jang) on the 10th, Park Hae-young (Song Seung-heon) and Nam Jeong-woo (Ryu Soo-young) created a psychological warfare over Lee Seol (Kim Tae-hee).

Hae-young takes a wandering-out-of-the-palace Lee Seol to Nam Jeong-woo's home and says they will be there for a bit and raids the refrigerator.

Complaining there is nothing to eat, Hae-young suggests to Jeong-woo they go shopping for food.

At the supermarket, Hae-young picks up a steak and proudly says, "The princess likes big foods you can eat whole".

He continues, "What do I like. I like steak too. Why? Because I like what the princess likes" without even taking a breath and attempts at making Jeong-woo jealous.

Those who have seen this scene laugh, "He is so into Kim Tae-hee", "Tae-hee aching has made Song Seung-heon a fool for her".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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