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[Spoiler] "About Time" Lee Sang-yoon and Lee Sung-kyung's Sweet Kiss

2018/05/29 | 444 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "About Time", Lee Do-ha (Lee Sang-yoon) told Choi Mi-ka (Lee Sung-kyung) how he felt about her.

She rejected him at first and avoided him.

However, his confession kept ringing in her head and said, "Come to think about it. I'm not in a position to run away. You can keep me for as long as you like and get rid of me when you're bored".

Choi Mi-ka found a man with not much time to live in the hospital and followed him. The man threatened his doctor with a knife and even threatened Choi Mi-ka with it. Lee Do-ha got in their way and was stabbed instead of her.

Choi Mi-ka said, "I see people's life clock. For some reason, the little time on my clock stops when I'm with you. So I used you".

Lee Do-ha wiped her tears and said, "I don't care for what reason you stay next to me" and kissed her. Choi Mi-ka's clock turned backwards very quickly.

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