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SBS drama foreshadows, 'Kiss'

2014/08/19 Source

SBS dramas kiss scenes are being called the must-see points.

The affectionate and kiss scenes from the drama "It's Okay, That's Love" starring Jo In-sung and Gong Hyo-jin draw attention first. They have become the most affectionate couple these days with 8 kisses and elegant actions of love. Now that they've started dating the level has gone up and intimacy has become part of their daily lives. Even after arguing on a trip to Okinawa, they forgot about it soon and shared a kiss so deep and tingling that even the audience felt it.

Another drama to look at is "Temptation" in which Park Ha-sun went from one extreme to another. The kiss with Lee Jung-jin was bitter and sad unlike the time she kissed kwon Sang-woo. The kiss with him was emotional as she touched him all over but with Lee Jung-jin, she just closed her eyes and stayed still. It's not because she loved Kang Min-woo but because she was angry at Cha Seok-hoon for betraying her. She's in despair because of her love and anger for Cha Seok-hoon. She is something to look forward to in the future.

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