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[Spoiler] "My Spring Days" Choi Soo-yeong imagines having a date with Kam Woo-sung

2014/09/17 | Permalink | Source

On the third episode of the MBC drama "My Spring Days", there was a scene of Lee Bomi (Choi Soo-yeong) going on an intimate date with Kang Dong-ha (Kam Woo-sung).

Lee Bomi received permission for a beef delivery and after that, Kang Dong-ha showed her around the farm. He told her what meat tasted like and Kang Dong-ha's friend Park Hyeong-woo (Lee Jae-won-I) said, "You took her to a farm?"

"How about a nice ranch date?"

In the imaginary scene, Kang Dong-ha and Lee Bomi ran the fields playing 'catch me if you can' like a 60s movie. Lee Bomi then sat on Kang Dong-ha's lap while they milked the cows and did a love-shot of milk. Kang Dong-ha licked his lips at the sight of milk running down Lee Bomi's chest.

Then they sat together in each others' arms, making cheese.

Kang Dong-ha pulled Park Hyeong-woo's ear, disturbing the imaginary scene and pointed out, "Imagine doing something helpful".

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