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[Spoiler] "Shall We Kiss First" Jung Da-bin Can't Keep Ki Do-hoon Off Her Mind

2018/03/12 Source

On the latest episodes of the SBS drama "Shall We Kiss First", Son Yi-deun (Jung Da-bin) became sure of her feelings.

Son Yi-deun asked An Soon-jin (Kim Sun-ah) to break up with Son Moo-han (Kam Woo-sung). She threatened additional punishment and An Soon-jin said, "Just put me in jail" and got up to leave. Angered that things didn't go her way, Son Yi-deun smashed a cup.

However, Yeo Ha-min (Ki Do-hoon) was deaf and couldn't hear. Son Yi-deun went up to him while he was making a latte. He knew how to read lips so she complimented his latte art.

However, Yeo Ha-min was cold towards her and told her, "Only employees are allowed back here. You bother me, so leave". Son Yi-deun recalled what he said and said, "Am I bothering you? You're bothering me, too".

Son Yi-deun walked out of the café, but saw a sign looking for employees. She opened the door again and shook the sign. Yeo Ha-min looked hopeless.

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