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[Spoiler] [TD On Air] "Poseidon" Choi Si-won confesses to Lee Si-young

2011/10/25 | Permalink | Source

Choi Si-won and Lee Si-young kissed on the roof.

Kim Seon-woo (Choi Si-won) suggested Lee Soo-yoon (Lee Si-young) quit Crime Squad 9 in the KBS 2 drama "Poseidon".

They met on the roof and talked seriously. Seon-woo told Soo-yoon, "Move to another team. I'm not worrying about you or looking down on you. I just don't like it".

He then said, "I don't like that you could get hurt like Won-tak". To avoid this awkward situation Soo-yoon asked playfully, "What will you do when I get kidnapped by the Black Society Crew?"

He answered seriously, "I will quit being a coast guard then. I won't care about the law and will find you".

Meanwhile, Joo-min (Jang Dong-jik) who was waiting to be transferred after taking responsibility for the death of Chang-gil (Lee Han-sol), doesn't listen to Jeong-ryool (Lee Sung-jae) and thinks of a plot.

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