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[Spoiler] "Drunk in Good Taste" Kim Hyang-gi kissed by Kim Min-kyu

2018/12/24 | 1103 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Min-kyukissed Kim Hyang-gi.

On the latest episode of the tvN 2-episode drama "Drunk in Good Taste", Lee Yeon-nam (Kim Min-kyu) kissed Jung Choong-nam (Kim Hyang-gi), his crush.

Yeon-nam and Choong-nam worked at a dessert café. Choong-nam pulled Yeon-nam to a spot where he could see the fireworks better. She then asked, "Why are you working so hard when everyone isn't?"

The fireworks started and Choong-nam got up on a chair to watch. However, she fell in surprise at the sound of the fireworks and Yeon-nam held her. He had his hands around her waist and he leaned down to kiss her. Choong-nam seemed surprised at this kiss.

Meanwhile, "Drunk in Good Taste" is a romantic drama about Jung Choong-nam who came from Seosan in Chung-nam and Yeon-nam who grew up in Yeonnam-dong all his life.

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