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[Spoiler] "Lights and Shadows" Ahn Jae-wook is still at Son Dam-bi's kiss

2012/04/23 | 430 views |  | Permalink | Source

Ahn Jae-wook didn't pull away from Son Dam-bi's kiss.

On the forty-third episode of the MBC drama "Lights and Shadows" on the 23rd, Yoo Chae-yeong (Son Dam-bi) drank while playing the piano alone.

Kang Ki-tae (Ahn Jae-wook) appeared then and said, "Why are so miserable like this. I will be your drinking friend".

Yoo Chae-yeong replied, "That sounds even more miserable. It seems like you're trying to keep your distance from me". She then kissed a laughing Ki-tae.

However, he didn't push her away and Jeong-hye (Nam Sang-mi) saw this. She stared at them in shock and left the scene.

Yoo Chae-yeong asked, "You never fell for me no matter how I seduced you but this is a surprise" and Kang Ki-tae replied, "Being lonely is the same thing".

Feeling better at his words, she said, "Then I will relieve you of your guard tonight" and went closer to him but Ki-tae said, "You won't be able to handle it so don't even dream of it" and turned away.

At the end of the days episode, Kang Ki-tae found out that Jeong-hye who got hurt because of him had been dealing with Cha Soo-hyeok (Lee Pil-mo) for the past 4 years.

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