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[Spoiler] [TD On Air] "Protect the Boss" Wang Ji-hye, imagines making out with Kim Jae-joong

2011/09/22 Source

Wang Ji-hye imagined a deep making out session with Kim Jae-joong.

On the 16th episode of SBS drama "Protect the Boss", Seo Na-yoon (Wang Ji-hye) and Cha Moo-won (Kim Jae-joong) made out.

After a day of heavy shopping, Seo Na-yoon requested Cha Moo-won to help her take them home.

Then she handed him a drink and remembers Myeong-ran (Ha Jae-sook) telling her, "Just do it, it's your house".

Thinking about it, she demands him to get up. Then she pulled him forcefully and started kissing him.

Then he displayed a bed scene by pushing her onto the bed. Then his voice saying, "What are you doing with your mouth open?" burst the bubble.

The bed scene was just her imagination. He read her mind saying, "I hope you weren't thinking of anything strange".

He then said, "From now on, only imagine with my permission. You are fun to play with though" as if he found her very cute.

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