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[Spoiler] "The Second Last Love" Kwak Si-yang and Kim Hee-ae's romance overlaps with Kim Seul-gi

2016/09/12 | 1532 views | Permalink | Source

Kwak Si-yang broke up with Kim Hee-ae and started seeing Kim Seul-gi.

On the eleventh episode of "The Second Last Love", Park Joon-woo (Kwak Si-yang) ate from the lunch box Ko Mi-rae (Kim Seul-gi), made.

Park Joon-woo went on a trip after being dumped by Kang Min-joo (Kim Hee-ae), and Ko Mi-rae went to find him with a lunch box. She comforted him and said, "I bet this is your first time eating from someone else's lunch box when everyday you make lunch boxes for others".

He joked that it was too spicy and she got upset, giving him a punch. Park Joon-woo pushed her down on the ground and said, "Don't test me".

Ko Mi-rae blushed as she had a crush on him. She asked if he was alright later on, and he answered, "There are many women out there like the stars in the sky".

It looks like something is about to go on between the two.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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