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[Spoiler] Kang Ji-hwan and Yoon Eun-hye's romantic propose

2011/06/26 | 5760 views | Permalink | Source

What could Kang Ji-hwan and Yoon Eun-hye's propose be like?

SBS drama "Lie to Me" is hinting a romantic propose from Kang Ji-hwan to Yoon Eun-hye.

The episode on the 21st showed the two enjoying a date together avoiding people after the announcement of their love and also the risky situation in which Ah-jeong is in because of the lies she had made.

Among that, is a tense scene where Kang Ji-hwan is covering Yoon Eun-hye's eyes under fantastic purple lights and the two are holding hands looking at each other, displaying the deep love they have.

In the drama, Ki-joon will propose to Ah-jeong to marry him, causing expectations to rise.

The productions said, "To create the most romantic propose ever, we have prepared many props from light to small displays. We hope everyone looks forward to Hyeon Ki-joon's romantic propose".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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