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[Spoiler] "Boy and Girl From the 20th Century" Han Ye-seul and Kim Ji-suk kiss

2017/10/30 | Permalink | Source

Han Ye-seul and Kim Ji-suk's romance is on fire.

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Boy and Girl From the 20th Century", Sa Jin-jin (Han Ye-seul) and Gong Ji-won (Kim Ji-suk) kissed by mistake.

Sa Jin-jin and Gong Ji-won got a step closer to each other by telling each other their deepest stories and comforting each other. The two already behaved like they were in a relationship and crossed the friend line.

Gong Ji-won helped to dry Sa Jin-jin's hair because she was busy getting ready for work. While he dried her hair, she ate breakfast.

When Sa Jin-jin was drunk, she put a cosmos flower in Gong Ji-won's hair and told him the flower meant 'I love you'. She was drunk but Gong Ji-won felt his heart skip a beat.

In the end, they kissed by mistake. The kiss wasn't expected, but it seemed to be a start of something between the two.

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