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[Spoiler] "City Hunter" Lee Min-ho shuts up a yelling Park Min-young with his mouth!

2011/06/22 Source

Lee Min-ho and Park Min-young kissed under the light bulb.

SBS drama "City Hunter" showed a shot and wounded Lee Yoon-seong (Lee Min-ho) save Kim Na-na (Park Min-young) from falling of the handrails.

Bleeding from the wound saving Na-na, Yoon-seong comes home and drops on the floor. Worried that Na-na might be hurt somewhere, he eventually goes over to his house. She is also waiting for him outside, worried.

Yoon-seong yells at her, "Why are you out of the house this late at night?" Na-na yells back at him saying, "Why are you so late when you said you'll be here early?" The two had started living together according to Lee Yoon-seong's plans.

Yoon-seong grabs Na-na and starts kissing her. She seems surprised but she let him be. They had showed their feelings in this scene.

Meanwhile, Na-na finds out in this episode that the City Hunter who had saved her twice was Yoon-seong.

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