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[Spoiler] "Pride and Prejudice" Choi Wooshik and Jung Hye-sung become a thing

2014/11/25 | 1227 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Wooshik and Jung Hye-sung kissed.

On the ninth episode of the MBC drama "Pride and Prejudice", Lee Jang-won (Choi Wooshik) and Woo Gwang-mi (Jung Hye-sung) shared a kiss.

Lee Jang-won knew the complainant Ko Yeong-min had stolen his bag and searched for it with Yoo Gwang-mi. She helped him until the end. Later, they found the bag and had dinner together.

Lee Jang-won said, "I felt weird. The whole world seemed pathetic and pitiful". He then looked at Yoo Gwang-mi and said, "I even see pretty things. That's not great. It's a red light".

Yoo Gwang-mi asked, "What happens if there is a red light?" then he kissed her. She slapped him and said, "You've been slapped a few times, haven't you? Where did you learn such manners?"

Then she said, "Why did you stop?" and kissed him herself. They become a couple.

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