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[Spoiler] "Mister Baek" Shin Ha-kyun's imagination runs wild

2014/11/20 Source

Shin Ha-kyun's imagination went wild.

On the sixth episode of the MBC drama "Mister Baek", Choi Sin-hyeong (Shin Ha-kyun) felt something wrong with his heart while drinking, then passed out in front of Eun Ha-soo (Jang Nara).

She took him to her house and treated the injury he had on his arm.

After that, she asked him if he wanted to stay over and Choi Sin-hyeong got overly excited, scolding her for saying something like that.

However, Eun Ha-soo said, "You stayed over last time. Do you even have a place to go?" Choi Sin-hyeong who had feelings for Eun Ha-soo, said, "Do you think I don't have a house? Don't worry" and walked out of her house.

The problem was her words; "Do you want to stay over?" kept replaying in his head. He was homeless but he thought of bathing and sleeping in his house and in his imagination, Eun Ha-soo was there wearing something kinky.

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