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[Spoiler] "The King of High School Manners" Seo In-guk hugs Lee Ha-na

2014/07/01 | 765 views | Permalink | Source

Seo In-guk hugged Lee Ha-na.

On the sixth episode of the tvN drama "The King of High School Manners", director of HQ Yoo Jin-woo (Lee Soo-hyuk) approached Jung Soo-young (Lee Ha-na) to find out more about the other director of HQ Lee Min-seok (Seo In-guk).

Naïve Jung Soo-young fell for Yoo Jin-woo quickly as he was nice to her; as a result, they became closer. Lee Min-seok was mad at Soo-yeong for falling for the trap so easily.

Yoo Jin-woo got her fired as she was a contract worker but Lee Min-seok couldn't tell her because he thought she would get hurt. He got her a job right away as his assistant.

Lee Min-seok had been mad the whole day and went to see her at her house.

Lee Min-seok said, "I don't think I can sleep without solving this question. I need your help and I only need 10 seconds". He hugged her. She struggled to break free but he hugged her tighter.

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