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[Spoiler] Lee Jang-woo "Should we check our compatibility in bed?"

2011/11/02 | Permalink | Source

Seo In-woo (Lee Jang-woo) forced a kiss on Yoon Jane (Park Min-young).

On the seventh episode of KBS 2TV drama "Glory Jane", Seo In-woo forced a kiss on Yoon Jane, who was provoking him.

Yoon Jane went to his house to nurse him. He said he didn't know why she was there and refused but Yoon Jane knew his symptoms and told him about them.

Refusing to reveal his weakness to anyone, he yelled at her, "Get out of my house now". However, she didn't' budge and provoked him. She was put there by Seo Jae-myeong (Son Chang-min).

When she said, "Let's get along together from now on" he said, "What should we check first? Our compatability in bed?" and pressured her. But when she still didn't move an inch, he held her face and kissed her forcefully.

He said, "This is the only thing I want to work well on" and asked her to leave again but his phone rang, and he trembled in fear as it was his father, revealing the fact that he had a tic disorder.

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