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[Spoiler] "The Three Musketeers - Drama", Lee Jin-wook kisses Seo Hyun-jin under the moonlight

2014/10/26 | 1480 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Jin-wook made an excuse to kiss Seo Hyun-jin again.

On the eleventh episode of the tvN drama "The Three Musketeers - Drama", Prince So-hyeon (Lee Jin-wook) came to see Kang Bin (Seo Hyun-jin) once again, then kissed her.

Prince So Hyeon missed Kang Bin at night. He said to himself, "How can tomorrow be so far away? What have I done till now? Why am I wasting time like this?" In the end, he set out to look for her.

Kang Bin was asleep at the temple and Prince So Hyeon said he was going to the archery fields. He then kissed her saying, "It was an excuse. I didn't know what I felt before, but now I know".

Prince So Hyeon continued, "I won't tell you what I'm thinking because I am a man and I have an ego, but I want you to come back tomorrow. Don't make me wait. I am reflecting on myself now like crazy". He kissed her again and the night went on.

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