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[Spoiler] Baek Ok-dam kisses Song Won-geun

2014/10/06 | 1732 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Baek Ok-dam appeared in writer Im Sung-han's new MBC drama "Apgujeong Midnight Sun".

Baek Rok-dam appeared at a train station. She is Yook Seon-joong's (Lee Joo-hyun) sister, Oh Dal-lan's (Kim Young-ran) daughter and Baek Ya's (Park Ha-na) friend.

On the first episode, Yook Seon-ji headed for a club dressed in a Hanbok and curly wig with Baek-ya, who was dressed as a Buddhist nun. When the bouncer wouldn't let them in, Yook Seon-ji called him "Oppa!".

They ended up going in and Yook Seon-ji ran into Jang Moo-won (Song Won-geun). As if she mistook him for someone, she started to kiss him. Baek-ya realized what she was doing and slapped Moo-won instead. This is how they first met.

Meanwhile, Baek Ok-dam is Im Sung-han's niece. She starred in "Princess Aurora - Drama" as No Da-ji and also starred in other projects written by Im Sung-han.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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