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[Spoiler] "Gu Family Book" Lee Seung-gi romances at the window

2013/05/27 Source

On the fifteenth episode of the MBC drama "Gu Family Book" on the 27th, Choi Kang-chi (Lee Seung-gi) presented a flower to Dam Yeo-wool (Suzy) through a window as she was shut in room.

When Goo Wol-ryeong (Choi Jin-hyuk) attacked Choi Kang-chi with the grass in the forest, he wondered how it was done. He then realized that he had the same powers as his father.

At the same time, Dam Pyeong-joon (Jo Sung-ha) was upset at the fact that his daughter Dam Yeo-wool was hanging out with Choi Kang-chi and shut her up in a room. She was bound with iron and had to obey to learning how to be a bride in a Hanbok to be married to Park Tae-seo (Yoo Yeon-seok).

Exhausted after needle lessons the whole day, Dam Yeo-wool sighed out the window and Choi Kang-chi had come to see her. He made a flower bud blossom wide open.

Just then Park Cheong-jo (Lee Yoo-bi) came by the house to her brother Park Tae-seo and witnessed the two and became jealous.

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