'Big' miss A Suzy Kiss Scene, Gong Yoo 'Hits The Jack Pot'
By Staff Writer | June 25, 2012 12:11 PM EDT
On the June 25 episode of "Big", Jang Mari (miss A's Suzy) will show up with a pink carry-on bag at Kang Kyung Joon's (Gong Yoo) house. Mari's one line, "I'm moving here," is how she will declare them living together. Suzy continues, "Let's talk after we do this," and covers Gong Yoo's face with a fan which has a picture of the younger Kang Kyung Joon. This act crushes Gong Yoo's pride. Then, Suzy suddenly steals a kiss from Gong Yoo. While Gong Yoo is left with a stunned expression, Suzy laughs a wicked laugh.
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The drama "Big" is a combination of romantic-comedy, mystery and family that makes viewers wonder how far this story line go and leaves them anticipating for more. Whether it's Kang Kyung Joon (Gong Yoo) proposing to Gil Da Ran (Lee Min Jung) or Jang Mari (Suzy) declaring to living with Kang Kyung Joon, how "Big" will unfold leaves viewers curious and with high expectations.
Internet users commented, "Just watching the previews make me laugh", "Suzy's fan of Kang Kyung Joon's face is awesome! It makes me want to keep watching the preview" and "Are they really going to kiss? No, Suzy can't kiss, stop." Viewer's heated reactions are elevating the expectations for "Big."
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