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[Spoiler] "This Life Is Our First Life" Lee Min-ki and Jung So-min kiss

2017/10/09 | Permalink | Source

On the first episode of the tvN drama "This Life Is Our First Life", Yoon Ji-ho (Jung So-min) and Nam Se-hee (Lee Min-ki) met for the first time.

Melodrama writer Yoon Ji-ho became homeless. When she returned home after writing a drama, there were two more family members in her house; her brother had gotten married and his wife was pregnant. Yoon Ji-ho had no choice but to leave.

Meanwhile, Nam Se-hee cancelled his contract with his existing housemate and began to look for a new one. The current housemate had violated some rules.

Yoon Ji-ho and Nam Se-hee agreed to live together and thought they'd never met. Coincidentally, they met at a work dinner but didn't realize they were housemates.

Yoon Ji-ho was dumped by a director she'd worked with for three years. Nam Se-hee saw Yoon Ji-ho crying at a bus stop and comforted her. Then she kissed him.

"This Life Is Our First Life" can be seen every Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 PM KST.

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