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[Spoiler] "Reunited Worlds" Yeo Jin-goo and Lee Yeon-hee kiss

2017/08/23 | 392 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Reunited Worlds", Seong Hae-seong (Yeo Jin-goo) questioned a culprit about the murder in the art room and afterwards went to see Jeong Jeong-won (Lee Yeon-hee).

Cha Kwon-pyo (Park Young-gyu) shocked Seong Hae-seong with the statement, "The murderer is my brother and I covered that up for him". Seong Hae-seong didn't want to believe it but Cha Kwon-pyo showed him evidence of money having been transferred.

Seong Hae-seong met Cha's brother and talked to him, but the brother could only deny involvement. This was because Cha had told him not to tell anyone about him being involved.

Meanwhile, Jeong-won was angry and worried that she couldn't reach Seong Hae-seong. When he returned she asked him what happened and he hugged her from behind and said, "I missed you so much. Did you worry about me?"

At the end of the episode, Seong Hae-senong was drunk and kissed Jeong Jeong-won before she could say anything.

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