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[Spoiler] "Cheongdam-dong Alice" Moon Geun-young pushes away Park Si-hoo's kiss plan

2012/12/16 | Permalink | Source

Moon Geun-young and Park Si-hoo were about to kiss.

On the sixth episode of the SBS weekend drama "Cheongdam-dong Alice", Jean de Elsa (Park Si-hoo) and Han Se-kyeong (Moon Geun-young) drank at a street stall.

Jean De Elsa told Han Se-kyeong, "I lied about something. I told you I didn't contact my father but I know where he is. I just don't talk to him".

Han Se-kyeong said, "I think we are alike and I don't even need to hear this".

Han Se-kyeong told him, "Everything is going to be alright" and high-fived him in comfort and just then, someone bumped into her and she was pushed into his arms.

He looked like he was about to kiss her as he dragged her close but Han Se-kyeong pushed her way out of his arms.

Han Se-kyeong called Seo Yoon-joo (So Yi-hyun) and asked, "What are the three dangers you mentioned?" Seo Yoon-joo answered, "Love".

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