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[Spoiler] "Lovely Horribly" Park Si-hoo and Song Ji-hyo Share a Kiss

2018/09/10 | 579 views | Permalink | Source

The KBS 2TV drama "Lovely Horribly" is a mystery romance about Phillip Yoo (Park Si-hoo), drama writer Oh Eul-soon (Song Ji-hyo), producer Lee Sung-joong (Lee Gi-kwang), actress Sin Yoon-ah (Ham Eun-jung) and writer Gi Eun-yeong (Choi Yeo-jin).

Eul-soon and Phillip opened up more to each other and talked about their most painful memories. Eul-soon cried saying that she lost her precious mother 8 years ago.

Phillip comforted her saying they were different, but alike in many ways. He hurt at the way she cried.

Phillip said, "But I like it when you cry. I like you being sad so I can do something for you. Your crying is like you're calling me. It's a sign for me to come next to you".

"That's why I like it when you cry. I can make you smile when you cry".

He then kissed her with all his heart. Eul-soon was surprised but felt his love.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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