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[Spoiler] "Babyfaced Beauty" Choi Daniel covered in Kimchi soup, covers Ryu Jin with seaweed soup

2011/05/03 | 1120 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Daniel showed a cunning and comical acting.

On the KBS 2TV drama "Babyfaced Beauty" on the 3rd, was the hardship of Jin-wook (Choi Daniel) who always found trouble with So-yeong (Jang Nara).

Jin-wook follows So-yeong around to get his money. Jin-wook sees So-yeong parking Ji Seung-il's (Ryu Jin) car and scratches it, thinking it belongs to So-yeong. Seung-il then asks what he's doing and Jin-wook is embarrassed.

To screw over So-yeong, Jin-wook then asks for a refund on a fake branded bag. Having been embarrassed in a high class brand store, So-yeong pours kimchi soup over Jin-wook who is wearing a branded suit. Angered, Jin-wook pours seaweed soup, but on Seung-il.

Seung-il doesn't change expressions and it rooted to the spot. Surprised and shocked Jin-wook takes off the seaweed one by one and holds back his tears.

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