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[Spoiler] "Witch's Love" Hyun Woo Remembers Being Kidnapped

2018/08/09 | 232 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBN drama "Witch's Love", Ma Seong-tae (Hyun Woo) listened to his mother (Lee Kan-hee) talk about her worries while he searched for answers to his childhood mystery.

His mother came to his house after hearing that he was hurt. She urged him to get checked, but he didn't think he needed to. She denied that the kidnapping from 20 years ago ever happened.

Ma Seong-tae had been kidnapped in the past and he had a scar on his chest from the incident. He was living with Kang Cho-hong (Yoon So-hee) and the other witches in their stew restaurant to find out the truth.

Meanwhile, Ma Seong-tae almost kissed Kang Cho-hong and she claimed it was CPR. She was embarrassed, but she asked if he knew how to kiss and he replied, "I kiss so well I could even tie a knot on a cherry stem".

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