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[Spoiler] "Incarnation of Jealousy" Gong Hyo-jin kisses Jo Jung-suk

2016/09/01 | Permalink | Source

"Incarnation of Jealousy" Gong Hyo-jin kissed Jo Jung-suk.

On the fourth episode of the SBS drama "Incarnation of Jealousy", Pyo Na-ri (Gong Hyo-jin) and Lee Hwa-sin (Jo Jung-suk) met in the same hospital.

Hwa-sin asked Na-ri if she saw him as a man and she said, "You're just a patient". Hwa-sin asked if he could kiss her. "I'm not a man to you. You don't think I'm sexy and I'm just a patient".

Na-ri closed her eyes, inviting him to kiss her and Hwa-sin got close to her. However, he said, "Who says I really am? I just wanted to hear your answer. Kiss someone else". Na-ri pushed him by his face and went outside. Hwa-sin was going to send her a text saying, "Kiss someone who is healthy" but he didn't.

Na-ri came back in and took off his cap to kiss him. "It's up to me whether I kiss you or not, not you. I have no regrets now. You shouldn't mess around with someone's heart like that".

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