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"Very Good Times" Lee Seo-jin and Kim Hee-sun

2014/05/01 | Permalink | Source

Stills from the twenty-second episode of KBS 2TV drama "Very Good Times" were released.

Dong-seok (Lee Seo-jin) and Hae-won (Kim Hee-sun) are sitting across from each other and she is touching his face. Her hand is shaking as she takes it close to his face and he takes the hand and puts it on his cheek.

This scene was taken in a pub somewhere in Seoul and this is where they exchange feelings for each other. Hae-won is hesitating whether or not she should touch him and Dong-seok is allowing her to, expressing his feelings for her too.

The two discussed intensely before the camera started rolling and decided that it was better to bring the table and chairs closer together for a more romantic feeling.

Meanwhile, in the twentieth episode last week, Dong-seok and Hae-won stumbled upon another wall. Oh Chi-soo (Ko In-beom) told Dong-seok that the accident caused in the past was done by Hae-won's father.

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