miss A Suzy and Lee Seung Gi Share A Steamy Kiss In Drama 'Gu Family Book' [SPOILER]
By Staff Writer | June 04, 2013 11:50 PM EDT
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After Choi Kang Chi, the half-man, half-beast played by Lee Seung Gi, heroically saved Dam Yeo Wool (played by Suzy) from near death, Kang Chi finally expressed his love for Yeo Wool.
Kang Chi made the hearts of viewers swoon as he firmly stated "Don't touch my girl" to his father, Wool Ryung (played by Choi Jin Hyuk), who was trying to attack Yeo Wool.
After Wool Ryung finally left the two alone, Kang Chi, full of wounds, turned to Yeo Wool and asked if she was doing okay. Kang Chi then gently held on to Yeo Wool's cheeks, wiped her tears away, and told her how much he was afraid to have lost her.
The two pulled each other into a hug, and then Kang Chi romantically grabbed the back of Yeo Wool's neck and leaned in for a lengthy kiss. During the kiss, Kang Chi turned from beast form into human form, as Yeo Wool's love transformed Kang Chi.
The teary and steamy kiss between Suzy and Lee Seung Gi went for as long as 2 minutes.
The MBC drama "Gu Family Book" has aired 17 of their episodes, and it is now half way through the drama. As the plot of the drama continues to unfold, it is expected that Lee Seung Gi's character, Kang Chi, will try to find the Gu Family Book and become fully human.
The drama is aired every Monday and Tuesday night, and it is the third time that miss A's Suzy has showcased her acting skills in a drama. She is most known for her role on the big screen, as "The Nation's First Love" in the film, "Architecture 101."
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