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Moon Geun-young kissed with Kim Jae-wook in the midst of rain, after Jang Keun-suk... in 'Marry Me, Mary'

2010/11/30 | Permalink | Source

Moon Geun-young will have another kiss with Jeong-in (Kim Jae-wook) in the midst of rain after Jang Keun-suk.

In the 5th episode of 'Marry Me, Mary', there was a kiss scene between Jeong-in and Mary at the end of the 6th episode preview.

Mary, who kissed with Jang Keun-suk at the beginning of the 5th episode, kissed Jeong-in, the legal husband, at the end of the episode.

Especially, Mary, Moo-kyeol, and Jeong-in, who started their fake marriage without any emotion, now attracted to each other. Jeong-in and Moo-kyeol envy and hold each other in check as they started to love the same woman.

People who saw this episode commented, “Is this a start of their fake marriage for real?' “I envy Moon Geun-young so much… Kim Jae-wook after Jang Keun-suk!” ” I hope I have two husbands.”

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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