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[Spoiler] "The Queen of Office" Oh Ji-ho and Kim Hye-soo's first kiss

2013/04/09 | 1884 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Hee-joon was rid of his chance by Oh Ji-ho.

On the fourth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Queen of Office", Miss Kim (Kim Hye-soo) had a competition with Jang Gyu-jik (Oh Ji-ho) to help out Jung Joo-ri (Jung Yu-mi) and showed her consideration by losing for him.

Gyu-jik knew she had let him win and tried to talk with her before giving her is 'punishment'.

He asked why she had let him win and she said coolly, "I never did. I am just like a stapler bullet to you".

Gyu-jik said, "I'm still giving you your punishment" and tried hitting her forehead but just then, blossoms fell from their trees and they were mesmerized by the beauty of falling flowers for a while. Gyu-jik kissed her instead of 'punishing' her.

Moo Jeong-han (Lee Hee-joon) happened to by riding past them on his bike and saw them. As he has a crush on Miss Kim, he lost his chance to Jang Gyu-jik.

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