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"To The Beautiful You" Lee Hyun-woo and Sulli's shaking hand

2012/08/21 | 2092 views | Permalink | Source

SBS drama "To The Beautiful You" Lee Hyun-woo and Sulli shared a 'hand hug'.

In the still cut revealed by the production company, Sulli and Lee Hyun-woo have their painted hands against the wall with looks of surprises on their faces.

Lee Hyun-woo's 'Sulli-holic' symptoms started in the second episode when they did trapping together. Lee Hyun-woo's heart started thumping for the girl-boy Sulli and this surprised him. With the 'hand-hug', Lee's heartbeat is just about to get faster.

Sulli and Lee Hyun-woo's paint date was taken on the 17th in Anmyeon-do. The actor and actress got friendly with each other quickly during the two days they were there and they played around with each other with the paint.

They were still able to create an awkward moment for the scene when they had to hug and be surprised about it.

"To The Beautiful You" is a high-teen romance drama about a girl who disguises herself as a boy to enter the boy's high school.

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