‘The King 2 Hearts’ Lee Seung Gi & Ha Ji Won Sweet Kiss
By Staff Writer | April 05, 2012 03:45 PM EDT
Ha Ji Won and Lee Seung Gi confirmed their feelings for each other.
In episode 6 of MBC ‘The King 2 Hearts’ aired on April 5 staged a sweet kiss scene between Lee Seung Gi and Ha Ji Won after confirming their feelings for each other.
Jae Ha played by Lee Seung Gi visit Jae Shin and shared his confused state of mind.
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Jae Ha shared that Hang Ah keeps giggling in front of Shil Kyeong. He thought Hang Ah liked Shil Kyeong. During this time Jae Shin concludes Jae Ha’s heart asking, “So you like her, don’t you?” She planned for Jae Ha to confess his feelings and Hang AH appeared from behind the closet. Both were left in private to talk about their situation.
Hang Ah went straight to the point, “So do you like me or not?” Which Jae Ha hesitates, but then answers that he might really like her, however that will not change anything.
Hang Ah concludes that she will not proceed with the engagement, she offers Jae Ha her hand, saying goodbye in a friendly way. Jae Ha didn’t want to accept her hand, instead asks her to have a drink together and both end up drunk.
The pair drunk on the floor, leaning on the fridge Jae Ha offers his shoulder to Hang Ha. And she kept refusing however Jae Ha finally kisses Hang Ah.
However both were caught by Hang Ah’s father and The King.
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