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"The Thousandth Man" Lee Chun-hee and Kang Ye-won's kiss scene

2012/09/12 | Permalink | Source

MBC drama "The Thousandth Man" drew all eyes on Lee Chun-hee and Kang Ye-won's sandy kiss scene.

In the picture revealed, Lee Chun-hee and Kang Ye-won are closing in on each other as if they are about to t ouch lips at any second. In the drama, Lee Chun-hee lives a terminal life of three months while gumiho Kang Ye-won can only become human when she eats the liver of her one thousandth man.

While they love each other, they can only hide their true feelings because of the situation they are cast in. This scene shows they are a step closer to romance.

This scene was taken in the beaches of Eulwangri under the smoldering sun. Despite the melting weather, the two didn't show any signs of exhaustion and allowed the filming to go on easily.

Netizen's say, "Are Eung-seok and Mi-jin going to fall in love?", "Let this couple be happy!", "This drama is going to make me go home early!" and more.

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