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[Spoiler] 'Cheese in the Trap' Seo Kang-joon blushes as Kim Go-eun calls him oppa

2016/02/15 Source

On the 11th episode of tvN Monday & Tuesday drama, "Cheese in the Trap", Hong Seol (Kim Go-eun) became cute with Bae In-ho (Seo Kang-joon).

Hong Seol stayed a night out at Yoo Jeong (Park Hae-jin)'s house, because she was upset with her parents discriminating daughter against son. When Bae In-ho found out about this, he was deeply disappointed.

Bae In-ho told Hong Seol, "Why did you run away from home like a child. As a person who did it before, I'll give you an advice. It's not a good thing to do". As Bae In-ho acted like a big brother, Hong Seol called him 'Oppa' and played jokes with him.

With Hong Seol's aegyo, Bae In-ho blushed. But he called her 'Dog fur (gaeteol)', her friendly nickname between the two. And then he changed his attitude and gushed, "Let's go somewhere together. Just follow me. And I'm not your oppa". He was trying to act indifferently.

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