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[Spoiler] 'I Have a Lover' Kim Hyun-joo gives a one-time kiss to Ji Jin-hee

2016/01/02 | 1917 views | Permalink | Source

On the 34th episode of SBS' weekend drama, "I Have a Lover", Do Hae-kang (Kim Hyun-joo) kissed Choi Jin-eon (Ji Jin-hee) on the lips.

As Choi Jin-eon was taking Do Hae-kang to a remote place, she asked Baek-seok (Lee Kyu-han) to come and get her. However, as Bael Sepl realized where Do Hae-kang's true heart was, he lied to her saying "Can't come because I have an urgent matter". Under the circumstances, Do Hae-kang went back to Choi Jin-eon.

Do Hae-kang told Choi Jin-eon, "Just today, because it's Christmas". Choi Jin-eon said, "No, We have Christmas every year. So I don't want it to happen only today". Do Hae-kang kissed Choi Jin-eon.

Choi Jin-eon said, "You love me. Just admit it. You've always loved me. No? Say You Love Me". Do Hae-kang responded, "I made a mistake. I missed you for a short moment because of the old memory. It's nothing more than that". The two ended up sleeping separately.

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