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[Spoiler] "The Heirs" Lee Min-ho hugs Park Shin-hye from the back

2013/11/21 | 2119 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Min-ho hugged Park Shin-hye from the back.

On the episode of the SBS drama "The Heirs", Kim Tan (Lee Min-ho) and Cha Eun-sang (Park Shin-hye) walked the streets together.

Kim Tan complained to Cha Eun-sang about walking too much and she asked if he wanted to go somewhere.

Kim Tan said, "I want to hold your hand dummy, you're the happiest girl withtin the 100 meter radius". When she asked why? he said because it was him.

Cha Eun-sang held out her hand and said, "Let's see if that's true" but he laughed as he put his arm over her shoulder and said, "You believed it?"

She claimed she had to go to work and he hugged for from the back saying, "I'm telling you not to go. You did this for me too. Have you done this to other guys too?"

Cha Eun-sang said, "You suspect me too much" and tried to shake him off but he held on tight and said, "I want you to restrain me like this next time, not just hugging but restrain me".

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