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[Spoiler] "The Story of Kang-gu" Park Joo-mi and Lee Dong-wook's kiss scene

2014/03/30 Source

Park Joo-mi and Lee Dong-wook's kiss scene moved the netizens.

SBS 3D drama "The Story of Kang-gu" showed Kyeong-tae (Lee Dong-wook) and Moon-sook (Park Joo-mi) becoming a couple.

Moon-sook was sick and was waiting for the day she died and Kyeong-tae was preparing a big business despite the threats from a gang organization. They still fell in love with each other despite the dangerous circumstances.

The two of them left on his bike. They looked into each other's eyes and kissed.

Moon-sook's son Kang-gu (Shin Dong-woo) narrated in the background saying, "This was mother's happiest moment of her life".

Netizens say, "I feel happy just by watching it", "They look good together", "I was crying the whole time" and more.

Meanwhile, "The Story of Kang-gu" is based on a fateful and affectionate love story in the port of Kang-gu.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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