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[Spoiler] 'Goodbye Mr. Black' Moon Chae-won and Lee Jin-wook hug seeing each other in five years

2016/03/31 | Permalink | Source

"Goodbye Mr. Black" Lee Jin-wook and Lee Jin-wook met again and shared the thrilling moment.

On the 6th episode of MBC's Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Goodbye Mr. Black", Kim Swan (Lee Jin-wook) gave a surprise hug to Black (Lee Jin-wook), who showed up in front of her.

Kim Swan was about to get into her car parked underground after she finished her work. At the moment, the lights went off in the underground parking lot and Kim Swan felt something's wrong and tried to hide.

Cha Ji-won showed up in front of Kim Swan all of sudden. Cha Ji-won said, "We will get noticed because of you" and Kim Swan gave him a big hug and smiled while telling him, "I knew you'd be back alive".

Five years ago, the two acted like a married a couple in Thailand and then split. Now that the duo met each other again in Korea in five years, how the storyline move forward is drawing attention.

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