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[Spoiler] "Blue Bird Nest" Kyung Soo-jin shows Lee Joon-hyuk affection

2015/07/26 | Permalink | Source

A scene in which Kang Young-joo (Kyung Soo-jin) displayed affection for Kim  Ji-wan (Lee Joon-hyuk), was shown on the KBS2 weekend drama  "Blue Bird Nest".

On the 26th, Kim  Ji-wan bumps into Kang Young-joo who was working late at her father's office. She is the daughter of Kang Jae-cheol's who's played by Jung Won-joong.

Kim  Ji-wan saw Kang Young-Joo holding a basket and asks, "You bought a lot of ice-cream. Does your father like ice-cream?"

She replies, "This is all for you. When I checked before, your office's fridge was empty. Don't you get hungry when you are alone in the office at night?" However, Kim  Ji-Wan is totally oblivious to what Kang Young-Joo was really trying to say. She thought "How can he so oblivious? Even I would get the hint if I heard myself!"

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