Gu Family Book EP 19 Spoiler: Lee Seung Gi Pulls Suzy Into A Warm Embrace; Suzy Was Mistaken For a Man!
By Staff Writer | June 11, 2013 06:11 PM EDT
Gu Family Book episode 19 spoiler: In yesterday's episode of Gu Family Book, Lee Seung Gi pulled miss A's Suzy into a warm embrace after saving her from near death, and Suzy was mistaken for a man by another character in the drama!
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After Lee Seung Gi's character (Kang Chi) was tied up and poisoned under the orders of Jo Gwan-woong, Suzy's character (Yeo Wool) valiantly went to save Kang Chi. Although Yeo Wool made her best attempt, she ended up being tied up as well.
Kang Chi, who was able to eat the antidote to the poison, saved himself, and he later went back to save Yeo Wool as well! After Kang Chi successfully fought off the guards and untied Yeo Wool, Yeo Wool showed her care for Kang Chi by saying, "Are you ok? Is your body fine? Why do you still look so sick?"
At this, Lee Seung Gi pulled Suzy into a warm embrace. Suzy continued to show her concern for him by saying, "What's wrong? Did something happen?" Lee Seung Gi responded with a gentle reply, "Nothing. Nothing happened. Just...I just..."
Suzy, noticing that something had gone wrong, comforted Lee Seung Gi by patting his back. During this whole time while the two showed their love for each other, another guy named Bong-chul, who had been helping Kang Chi escape, was tied up and ignored.
When Bong-Chul finally turned himself around from the pole he was tied to and saw Suzy and Lee Seung Gi hugging, he was shocked! Bong-Chul had been mistaking Suzy for a man, and was shocked to see two men hugging each other.
For more of what happened in this episode, stay tuned to watch "Gu Family Book!"
What do you think of the Suzy-Lee Seung Gi couple? Do they have chemistry?
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