'Big' miss A's Suzy - A Possessive Lover
By Staff Writer | June 13, 2012 02:40 PM EDT
On the episode of KBS drama 'Big' that aired on the 12th of June featured a scene where Gong Yoo reveals to miss A’s Suzy and Lee Min Jung, 'Kang Kyung Joon likes Gil Da Ran.' Jang Mari (Suzy) was trying to take Kang Kyung Joon (Shin Won Ho) to the United States for a better treatment. As a result Kang Kyung Joon in Seo Yoon Jae's body had to say that he was in love with Gil Da Ran in order to prevent her from taking his body to the US.
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Jang Mari responded, 'That can't be true. That teacher is not even Kang Kyung Joon's type' and tried to argue. Jang Mari continued, 'Kyung Joon likes girls with charisma. Why do you think I walk around with my eyes open so wide.' and began to get teary eyed.
Regardless of what Seo Yoon Jae told her, Jang Mari refused to give up. Seo Yoon Jae added, 'He fell in love with Gil Da Ran even on the bus. He even went to the furniture store to see her and made it seem like a coincidence.'
Jang Mari looked at Gil Da Ran and said, 'None of it matters if you don't feel anything for Kang Kyung Joon' stubbornly.
Meanwhile, on this episode of 'Big', viewers were at the edge of their seats as Gong Yoo and Lee Min Jung shared a very deep kiss.
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