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[Spoiler] "Radio Romance" Yoon Doo-joon and Kim So-hyun Officially in Love

2018/03/05 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Radio Romanc", Ji Soo-ho (Yoon Doo-joon) and Song Geu-rim (Kim So-hyun) spent time at a hotel.

Song Geu-rim kissed Ji Soo-ho in a radio booth. She then tried to leave, but he held her back and asked her happily what she had just done to him. Song Geu-rims said, "I must be crazy, just forget about it". But she couldn't hide her feelings for him.

Their emotions got deeper and deeper. Song Geu-rim opened the present Ji Soo-ho got for her and realized how he felt. She asked herself, "Why is Ji Star so sweet" and told her mother how she felt about him.

Ji Soo-ho called Song Geu-rim to a hotel and she pretended she didn't have a choice although she was happy to see him.

Ji Soo-ho stopped Song Geu-rim from watching TV and looked at her dearly. He then said, "Stay with me tonight".

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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