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[Spoiler] 'Oh Hae-Young Again' Eric and Seo Hyun-jin get your heart thumping, holding hands and displaying intimate skinship

2016/05/23 Source

On the episode 7 of tvN's "Oh Hae-Young Again", Oh Hae-yeong (Seo Hyun-jin) packed a lunch for Park Do-gyeong (Eric Mun) as a gift.

Hae-yeong was curious how he liked the gift. As soon as he came back from work, Do-gyeong told her, "It was good. Delicious" and Hae-yeong responded, "Of course, I made it" happily.

At the moment, cherry blossom petals flew blown by the wind. Hae-yeong shouted, "Why is this so beautiful, darn it seriously". Do-gyeong asked her why she swore. Hae-yeong with tearful eyes said, "Because I'm happy".

As Park Soo-gyeong (Ye Ji-won) drunk showed up all of sudden. Do-gyeong and Hae-yeong hid themselves in to the dark alley nearby. The two became so close to each other touching each other's skin inevitably as the two quickly had to hide into the narrow space.

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