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[Spoiler] "Man-Hole" Kim Jae-joong kisses UEE

2017/08/23 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Man-Hole", Kang Soo-jin (UEE) revealed her feelings for Bong-pil (Kim Jae-joong). Bong-pil was drinking with his friends when he heard that she liked him. He set out to look for her right away and found her with Park Jae-hyeok (Jang Mi-kwan).

Kang Soo-jin was showing him Bong-pil's pictures and said, "I take pictures of him every day. He has no expression or any reaction, but I see a different face every day. I take pictures of him thinking about the way he looks at me. I've been doing that for six years. I know what a man is thinking when I look into his eyes but he won't make eye contact with me anymore".

Bong-pil heard her and possessed Park Jae-hyeok's body to say, "I will be with you no matter what. Don't cry, smile. I will bring everything back to normal. Just stay there and I will come to you". He kissed her.

Kang Soo-jin told Yoon Jin-sook (Jung Hye-sung) that thinks she saw Bong-pil.

Source : star.hankookilbo.com/...

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