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[Spoiler] 'The Girl Who Sees Smells' Shin Se-kyung reveals her supersensory ability to Park Yoo-chun

2015/04/02 | Permalink | Source

Shin Se-kyung confessed about her ability to Park Yoo-chun.

On the second episode of SBS' Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'The Girl Who Sees Smells', Oh Cho-rim (Shin Se-kyung) opened up about her ability to Choi Moo-gak (Park Yoo-chun).

Cho-rim, who works as a comedian, was requested by her theater company to find a partner and to do a duo stand-up comedy show. Cho-rim had trouble in finding a partner. As she couldn't find one, she went to see Moo-gak because she came to remember his acting ability was pretty good.

While Moo-gak applied for a position in the serious crime unit so he could find the murderer who killed his sister, Cho-rim told him she could see smells.

Moo-gak could not believe it. However he became impressed with her ability, when Cho-rim found out where he had been as well as she located mint candies by seeing smells.

'The Girl Who Sees Smells', based on the popular web-toon of the same title, is a combination of rom-com and mystery suspense featuring the senseless police officer, Park Yoo-chun (Choi Moo-gak) and extrasensory girl, Shin Se-kyung (Oh Cho-rim).

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