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[Spoiler] Kim Beom and Jung Eun-ji's cute kiss

2013/03/07 | 2641 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Beom and Jung Eun-ji kissed each other.

On the ninth episode of the SBS drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows", Park Jin-seong (Kim Beom) and Moon Hee-seon (Jung Eun-ji) went after Lee Myeong-ho (Kim Young-hoon). Oh Yeong's (Song Hye-kyo) fiancé, Oh Soo (Jo In-sung) asked him to because Lee Myeong-ho had someone else other than Oh Yeong.

They waited for a long time in front of Lee Myeong-ho's house. Park in-seong said, "When this is over, let's go to the country and live there". She asked him, "Why? I thought you don't like your father but you're going there anywyas?"

Moon Hee-seon looked at Park Jin-seong as if he was so cute for saying what he said and pulled his face into hers with two hands and kissed him lightly on the lips. They continued to kiss each other.

Moon Hee-seon started to look towards Park Jin-seong who's only towards her when she liked Oh Soo.

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