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[Spoiler] 'Splash Splash Love' Yoon Doo-joon and Kim Seul-gi share an ardent farewell kiss

2015/12/22 Source

"Splash Splash Love" Yoon Doo-joon and Kim Seul-gi shared a farewell kiss.

On the final episode of MBC TV Cast drama, "Splash Splash Love", Lee Do (Yoon Doo-joon) and Jang Dan-bi (Kim Seul-gi) decided to live separately in each one's world where they belong.

Yoon Doo-joon and Kim Seul-gi's last kiss in the separation scene drew attention.

He said ardently, "I'll come and find you one day no matter how long it takes".

Later in the drama, Yoon Doo-joon, rebirth of King Lee Do appears in front of Jang Dan-bi, who is preparing to pass college entrance exam for the second time. It was a happy ending for the two after all.

Netizens said, "The kissing scene is so ardent and sweet', "I wonder if a man like Yoon Doo-joon exists in real life", "Kim Seul-gi is blessed to kiss Yoon Doo-joon", "I'm sorry "Splash Splash Love" is too short. I wish it comes back" and so on.

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