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[Spoiler] "Encounter" Can Park Bo-gum Protect Song Hye-kyo?

2019/01/02 | 352 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Encounter", Kim Jin-hyeok (Park Bo-gum) left work to meet Cha Soo-hyeon (Song Hye-kyo).

They went on a date before returning to Sokcho and they were happy. When it was time to say goodbye, he couldn't leave and looked at her with affection and longing.

As soon as pictures of them went viral, Jin Mi-ok (Nam Gi-ae) went to the Sokcho hotel to meet Kim Jin-hyeok. She believed Cha Soo-hyeon and Jeong Woo-seok (Jang Seung-jo) were going to get back together and Kim Jin-hyeok asked if that's what Cha Soo-hyeon wanted for herself.

He added, "It's her life and I think it's very unfortunate that someone has to tell her how to live it". He seemed bold, but when Jin Mi-ok said he was endangering Cha Soo-hyeon, he seemed to waver a little. He lost himself deep in thought.

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