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[Spoiler] "Shall We Kiss First" Kam Woo-sung Wants Kim Sun-ah to Use Him

2018/03/06 | 264 views | Permalink | Source

Grown-up romance drama "Shall We Kiss First" broke the record again as Son Moo-han (Kam Woo-sung) fell for Ahn Soon-jin (Kim Sun-ah). Their romance helped achieve a Nielsen Korea nationwide rating of 9.5% and 12.5%.

Ahn Soon-jin made porridge for Son Moo-han because he was sick. She told herself to only pretend to be in love. Son Moo-han asked her to feed his dog Byul some porridge too. But when she threw it up, Soon-jin knocked its head with a spoon.

Son Moo-han said, "I asked you to feed her for me, not discipline her". Soon-jin replied, "Babying dogs and humans is why everyone turns out to be so useless. She's only cute in here. Outside, your daughter and your dog are a nuisance. If you're so lonely, sleep with your dog in your arms". And she left.

Son Moo-han approached Soon-jin first after that. He said, "What do you want to do. What do you want me to do for you? I can't sleep with you, but do whatever else you want. Use me".

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