'We Got Married' LeeTeuk - Kang SoRa, In Bed Together??
By Soo Min Kim | January 07, 2012 03:02 PM EST
On MBC's 'We Got Married' that aired on the 7th, LeeTeuk and Kang SoRa were finally given a home of their own. While enjoying a romantic honeymoon, the couple were filmed choosing the 10 Rules of their marriage and shopping for furniture to fill their new home.
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At the furniture store LeeTeuk and Kang SoRa looked at sofas, kitchen tables, and other furniture while acting as a newlywed. As they got to the beds, they decided that you must lay in the beds to know which one is the right one.
LeeTeuk covered himself with the bed covers while saying "Why is it so cold?", leaving Kang SoRa embarrassed.
LeeTeuk and Kang SoRa acted as if they were real newlyweds and didn't want to come out of the beds, leaving the other customers in the store in laughter.
As LeeTeuk looked into Kang SoRa's eyes, he suddenly got up saying "No I shouldn't do this. I guess I'm a guy."
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