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[Spoiler] "Good Day" Lee Sang-woo and Park Se-young on a date

2014/06/01 | 1146 views | Permalink | Source

SBS drama "Good Day" showed Jae-woo (Lee Sang-woo) and Da-jeong (Park Se-young) together on a date in the park. Jae-woo had won a bet and asked Da-jeong to watch a show with him but she forgot about their date and was late. They couldn't watch the show, so he suggested something else.

They had a fun time in Daehakro, eating street food and such alike. Da-jeong asked for a recipe, saying she wanted to make them for her students and Jae-woo couldn't help but watch her being cute.

They took a walk by the Han River. She walked along the fence while talking and he naturally held her hand to keep her from falling. She didn't pull her hand away and they continued holding hands.

They saw a family on a picnic and their tent came down, so they rushed to help hem set it back up.

Meanwhile, In-woo (Kim Hyeong-gyu) was jealous of Jae-woo and Da-jeong getting close together.

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