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[Spoiler] "My Princess" Song Seung-heon and Kim Tae-hee, heart throbbing first kiss

2011/01/25 Source

In the MBC drama "My Princess" Song Seung-heon and Kim Tae-hee show an electrifying first kiss.

According to the production on the 26th, Song Seung-heon and Kim Tae-hee are expected to kiss in the seventh and eighth episodes coming this 26th and 27th.

Squabbling all the time had formed some kind of attachment between these two and finally entered the love mode.

In the 7th episode, Lee Seol (Kim Tae-hee) visits the village she lived in when she was young with Park Hae-young (Song Seung-heon) to remember more about her father.

Lee Seol slowly remembers little by little and can't hide her excitement, then goes forward to kiss Hae-young first after having a few drinks with him.

A spokesperson in the productions say, "The kiss scene on the high stairs covered with snow is beautiful enough to clean your eyes. It was a really cold night but their warm kiss heated up the set as well".

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