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[Spoiler] "The King of High School Manners" Lee Ha-na slaps Lee Soo-hyuk

2014/07/15 | 727 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Ha-na slapped Lee Soo-hyuk.

On the tenth episode of the tvN drama "The King of High School Manners", Jeong soo-yeong (Lee Ha-na) drove Yoo Jin-woo's (Lee Soo-hyuk) car to his house as he had caused a minor collision.

Previously, Soo-yeong was shocked that Yoo Jin-woo had been using her crush on him as a weakness. However, she felt bad for him after witnessing him kneeling in front of his father Yoo Jae-gook (Han Jin-hee) and begging him to meet his mother.

Jeong Yoo-yeong was nice to him and was worried that he might cause an accident. Yoo Jin-woo asked why she was in his sight and she replied, "I'm only helping you".

When she tried to leave to meet Lee Min-seok (Seo In-guk), Yoo Jin-woo said, "Don't go. Only for a while, don't go". However, she tried to leave and he kissed her.

Jeong Soo-yeong slapped him and turned around.

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