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[Spoiler] "Wild Romance" Lee Dong-wook "I like you"

2012/02/16 | 2116 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Dong-wook and actress Lee Si-young's romance is just beginning.

On the episode of KBS 2 drama "Wild Romance" aired on the 16th, Moo-yeol (Lee Dong-wook) confessed his feelings for Eun-jae (Lee Si-young).

Moo-yeol followed out Eun-jae who went out to buy Jong-hee's (Jessica) milk. He touched her head and pinched her cheeks. She said, "Don't do this from now on. I could misunderstand you to like me".

At her words he replied back, "It's fine with me. I like you. So I can do this" and he touched and pinched her cheeks again. He had just told her how he felt.

Eun-jae didn't know what to do now that she had heard what she wanted to hear from him and ran away. Moo-yeol ran after her and tried to kiss her for the second time but failed due to some policemen who thought he was a weird man chasing after a woman.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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