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“A Thousand Days’ Promise” shows Soo Ae and Kim Rae Won’s underwater kiss scene

A Thousand Days’ Promise showed Soo Ae and Kim Rae Won’s underwater kiss scene which made the audience even more dizzy after their sexy bed scene on the 1st episode.

On SBS A Thousand Days’ Promise aired on the 18th, Ji Hyung (played by Kim Rae Won) suffered from his feelings toward his secret lover Seo Yeon (played by Soo Ae) while preparing his arranged marriage with Hyang Gi (played by Jeong Yumi).

Ji Hyung fell in love with Se Yeon while having a fiancee Hyang Gi and had been keeping his secret love with her. As his wedding with Hyang Gi was coming close, he had to leave her, but that couldn’t make him forget about her. He eventually told his mother Soo Jeoong (played by Kim Hae Sook) that he was in love with someone else and wanted to break off his marriage with Hyang Gi. However, his romance couldn’t become real because he had to get married with Hyang Gi for his family.

As Ji Hyung recalled his memories with Seo Yeon, the underwater kiss scene was shown. In a swimming pool where no one else was in except for Ji Hyung and Seo Yeon, they passionately kissed each other.

In the scene, Kim Rae Won showed his muscular body and Soo Ae appeared in a redish bikini which perfectly matched with her white skin and a sensual look on her face. Soo Ae attracted the audience’s attention with her beautiful body and long legs in a bikini. As the scene well took Soo Ae’s little-mermaid-like body and her facial expression of joy and happiness from the love, Seo Yeon’s character could catch the audience’s eyes.

On the day’s episode, Ji Hyung started preparing for his marriage with Hyang Gi while still keeping his love toward Seo Yeon, and Seo Yeon found out that she had Alzheimer’s disease after breaking up with Ji Hyung, increasing its tension.

 

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