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[Spoiler] "Temptation" Kwon Sang-woo and Park Ha-sun's kiss

2014/07/14 Source

kwon Sang-woo and Park Ha-sun kissed.

On the first episode of the SBS drama "Temptation", Cha Seok-hoon (kwon Sang-woo) and Na Hong-joo (Park Ha-sun) enjoyed their last trip together.

With their company about to go bankrupt, Cha Seok-hoon and Na Hong-joo visited a friend of theirs in Hong Kong with a last bit of hope. However, the friend had already committed suicide and the couple was in despair. They took the three thousand dollars that their friend left and went on a final trip.

Na Hong-joo said, "Let's think about the next day, tomorrow. I only want to feel you right now". Later, she cried in the arms of her husband who was sleeping.

Na Hong-joo walked to the sea and tried to kill herself. She wanted to protect her father's home with her insurance money. Yoo Se-yeong (Choi Ji-woo) saved Na Hong-joo and this is how they first met.

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