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[Spoiler] "The Second Last Love" Kim Hee-ae imagines sleeping on the bed with Kwak Si-yang

2016/09/04 Source

On the ninth episode of the SBS weekend drama "The Second Last Love", Kang Min-joo (Kim Hee-ae) thought about sleeping with Park Joon-woo (Kwak Si-yang).

Goo Tae-yeon (Seo Jung-yeon) told Kang Min-hoo, "When you think things are awkward between you two, imagine you're lying on the same bed together. Does it make you feel funny?" Kang Min-joo did that and said, "Oh no, people would point fingers".

Sin Ae-kyeong (Kim Na-young) said, "It's not like you're cheating on someone. People with 20 year age gaps get married all the time".

However, Goo Tae-yeon was against this. She said, "I don't like the fact of a man and woman sticking together so close. It's only the woman that's going to grow old; why be in such a relationship? It's like walking in high heels. I like sneakers better".

Sin Ae-kyeong and Goo Tae-yeon were eager in letting Kang Min-joo know what they felt about her and Park Joon-woo.

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