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[Spoiler] Song Hye-kyo and Park Bo-gum's First "Encounter"

2018/11/28 | 369 views | Permalink | Source

On the first episode of the tvN cable TV drama "Encounter", Cha Soo-hyeon (Song Hye-kyo) and Kim Jin-hyeok (Park Bo-gum) met for the first time.

Cha Soo-hyeon led an expressionless life. She even had to attend her ex-husband's mother's birthday party and wherever she went, attention followed.

On the other hand, Kim Jin-hyeok was in Cuba, enjoying his holiday. He enjoyed his time with the locals and felt Cuba through its music. He was a lively character.

Cha Soo-hyeon completely engrossed herself into her work after she divorced Jung Woo-seok (Jang Seung-jo) and made her hotel business No.1 in the industry. She went to Cuba for business.

She met Kim Jin-hyeok in Cuba. The driver who was driving her was on the phone when he caused a car accident. Kim Jin-hyeok was a victim of this accident as his camera broke. Cha Soo-hyeon's assistant tried to handle the situation and this is how they first met.

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