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[Spoiler] 'My Unfortunate Boyfriend' No Min-woo and Yang Jin-sung and their romantic garden kiss

2015/05/08 | 1347 views | Permalink | Source

The 9th episode of MBC Dramanet Friday & Saturday drama, 'My Unfortunate Boyfriend' revealed the still images of the duo, No Min-woo (Yoon Tae-woon) and Yang Jin-sung (Yoo Ji-na), whose relationship is getting closer little by little each time.

The production team of 'My Unfortunate Boyfriend' released No Min-woo and Yang Jin-sung's kissing scenes from the filming set.

The revealed photo shows No Min-woo, who looks disappointed with his head hanging down while he is sitting at a corner in a garden. It seems Yang Jin-sung is feeling pitiful for him from the way she is looking at him. While No Min-woo has always been around Yang Jin-sung and trying to be helpful for her, his disappointed sad look raises curiosity in viewers.

Another photo shows them sharing a kiss, which is drawing even more attention. Yang Jin-sung with her eyes closed steps closer towards him, while holding onto the collars of No Min-woo's jacket. The scene where Yang Jin-sung kneeling on the ground shares a sweet kiss with No Min-woo heightens the level of anticipation on the romance between the two that will progress in the following episodes.

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