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[Spoiler] "Big Man" Jung So-min kisses Kang Ji-hwan

2014/05/20 | 1633 views | Permalink | Source

Jung So-min kissed Kang Ji-hwan back.

On the eighth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Big Man", Kim Ji-hyeon (Kang Ji-hwan) was completely used by Hyeonseong Group and went to prison after being framed with all the corruption. Kang Dong-seok (Choi Daniel) pretended to be generous in front of So Mi-ra (Lee Da-hee) and made it so that Kim Ji-hyeok would get an official probation.

Kang Jin-ah (Jung So-min) let out a sigh of relief when handed Kim Ji-hyeok a money bag. "Go abroad and this is for you taking care of me all this while".

She then kissed him and said, "This is for the trash you made me smell". Previously, they had been tangled up for some reason and he had kissed her to avoid the police. However, she'd fallen in love with him and looked like she was ready to start something with him.

However, Ji-hyeok was beaten up this day and thrown into the ocean after being stabbed.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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