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[Spoiler] "The Heirs" Romantic kiss

2013/11/14 | 1618 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Lee Min-ho kissed Park Shin-hye twice.

On the twelfth episode of the SBS drama "The Heirs", Kim Tan (Lee Min-ho) approached Cha Eun-sang (Park Shin-hye) frist and showed her his feelings.

Kim Tan ignored Cha Eun-sang who let go of his hand first but ended up going to her first. When she asked, "Now do you see me?" and he replied with questions; "How have you been? Is it better away from home? Are you glad you don't see me? Are you glad you let go of my hand? I saw u in my dreams, last night".

Cha Eun-sang awkwardly said, "I'm going, you should go, it's late" and tried to turn around but he spun her around and kissed her. He added, "Do I look like the type of guy who goes when you tell me to? You missed me as well".

She claimed she didn't miss him and he kissed her again saying, "Lie to me again. Don't come home today. Don't come to my house today even if my mother calls you".

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