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[Spoiler] "Where Stars Land" Lee Je-hoon Kisses Chae Soo-bin and Is Attacked

2018/10/29 | 260 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Where Stars Land", Lee Soo-yeon (Lee Je-hoon) found himself in danger.

He took a walk around the neighborhood with Han Yeo-reum (Chae Soo-bin) and he tried to hold her hand.

Finally, he grabbed her hand and she was surprised. He looked at her and said, "It's awkward, but it feels good".

Lee Soo-yeon then brushed her hair over her shoulders and touched her face. He put his hand on her shoulder and tried to kiss her.

Just then, Choi Moo-ja (Lee Sung-wook) was being attacked by strangers and Lee Soo-yeon headed towards him after telling Han Yeo-reum to call the police.

However, he didn't leave before kissing her.

Han Yeo-reum left the scene and Lee Soo-yeon beat up the strangers, but someone attacked him from behind with an electro cuter.

Lee Soo-yeon's arm started smoking and Choi Moo-joo was shocked to see what was happening.

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