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[Spoiler] "May Queen" Kim Jae-won and Han Ji-hye kiss

2012/12/09 | 3639 views | Permalink | Source

"May Queen" Kim Jae-won and Han Ji-hye made a move in their relationship.

On the thirty-fourth episode of the MNC weekend drama "May Queen" on the 9th, Kang San (Kim Jae-won) thought Cheon Hae-joo (Han Ji-hye) was crying because of Park Chang-hee (Jae Hee) and told her to go.

She did have Park Chang-hee in her heart but he was in the past and now she had leaned towards Kang San.

She told him, "Don't you see how much I like you? I am suffering because of you. But I am such a shame to you".

Kang San kissed her passionately even before she should finish her sentence. This was the moment their relationship took a step forward.

He returned home with Hae-joo and held onto her asking, "Can we do it again just to make sure it's real?" She pulled his cheeks. "This doesn't hurt. It was a dream. I'm going to kiss you a lot".

Meanwhile, Park Chang-hee watched their kiss and angered at the fact that he couldn't do anything about it.

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