On ‘Love Rain,’ Jang Keun Suk kisses Yoona with love
Actor Jang Keun Suk and SNSD’s Yoona, who appear on KBS’s Monday-Tuesday series Love Rain, are going to share a kiss.
Jang plays the role of a devilish photographer named Seo Joon and Yoona plays the role of optimistic girl Jung Ha Na. They have been playing hard-to-get in the series but they will finally share first sweet kiss.
Yoona and Jang start talking over a bottle. Like people say one often tells the truth when drunk, Yoona tells Jang her true feeling and Jang gives her a surprise kiss. The scene, which includes Jang and Yoona’s first kiss will make people’s hearts flutter.
In the 8th episode of the series, which will air on April 17, Jang will ask Yoona to start all over again. Jung Jin Young and Lee Mi Sook’s emotional embrace also made people eagerly anticipate the series.Source: TV Report
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