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[Spoiler] IU "Pretty Boy" stalker to Jang Geun-suk but goddess to Lee Jang-woo

2013/11/21 | 1024 views | Permalink | Source

IU's cute stalker actions aroused laughter.

On the second episode of the new KBS 2TV drama "Pretty Boy", Bo-tong (IU) took pleasure around Mate's (Jang Geun-suk) home.

She'd spent a night in his house and stayed with the excuse of being sick. She took in the smell of his home by rolling in his bed. She even put on his shirt and tried on his pants but they didn't fit. "He's so thin" she said.

She then found his toothbrush and said, "This was in his mouth" and started brushing her own teeth with it. She felt so happy. However, this toothbrush wasn't for his teeth but for cleaning. She realized it and said, "My first kiss with a cleaning toothbrush".

Bo-tong was a stalker to Mate but David (Lee Jang-woo) thought different. He falls for Bo-tong in the next episode.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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