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[Spoiler] "The Legend of the Blue Sea" Jun Ji-hyun and Lee Min-ho, so intimate and close

2016/12/28 | 3957 views | Permalink | Source

"The Legend of the Blue Sea" Lee Min-ho and Jun Ji-hyun slept on the same bed.

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "The Legend of the Blue Sea", Heo Joon-jae (Lee Min-ho) had a nightmare.

Sim Cheong (Jun Ji-hyun) heard him shout another woman's name and asked, "Is that a girl's name? Is she pretty?" and Joon-jae said, "Yes, she is". Cheong asked, "What about me?"

Joon-jae replied, "You're pretty, too" and Cheong made him choose over her or that girl. Joon-jae looked at her sweetly and said, "Of course, it's you".

Cheong got up to leave to her bedroom and Joon-jae pulled her back down saying, "Don't go. I need you here to stop having nightmares".

Cheong went outside when he fell asleep and yelled for joy, "Heo Joon-jae likes me! My heart might burst like this. I can't control my energy".

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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