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[Spoiler] 'The Girl Who Sees Smells' Park Yoo-chun and Shin Se-kyung go on a chimaek date

2015/04/15 | Permalink | Source

Park Yoo-chun and Shin Se-kyung went on their own unique chicken and beer date.

On the fifth episode of SBS Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'The Girl Who Sees Smells', Choi Moo-gak (Park Yoo-chun) and Oh Cho-rim (Shin Se-kyung) practiced their duo stand-up comedy, while they were having chicken and beer.

On this day, Oh Cho-rim saw Choi Moo-gak being with Yeom-mi (Yoon Jin-seo) in such a friendly mood and she left the spot right away. Oh Cho-rim rubbed off her lip gloss she had applied being exited with the thoughts to meet Choi Moo-gak . The scene showing Oh Cho-rim with a moist look in her eyes implied she was possibly in one-sided love with Choi Moo-gak , which made those watching feel sorry for her.

But Choi Moo-gak went to see Oh Cho-rim later. Oh Cho-rim was eating ramen alone at home at the time and she rushed out of her house as soon as she got a phone call from him.

Choi Moo-gak came to help Oh Cho-rim practice stand-up comedy. Choi Moo-gak and Oh Cho-rim attracted all the attention from the people around them because they practiced the stand-up comedy, while they were eating chicken and beer. Choi Moo-gak and Oh Cho-rim's comical chimaek date made viewers burst into laughter.

'The Girl Who Sees Smells' is a story about a senseless man, who lost his younger sister in barcode murder case three years ago, and an extrasensory girl, who lost all her memory due to the same accident.

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