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[Video] Gary and Song Ji Hyo Make Confessions to Each Other on ‘Running Man’

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2014.07.28 14:17 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Gary and Song Ji Hyo made everyone’s heart rates go up on the latest episode of Runing Man.

During July 27’s broadcast of SBS’s Runing Man, Joo Won and the members made their way around Samcheong-dong, trying food from different corners of the world.

During the episode, Song Ji Hyo and Gary made confessions to each other, bringing back fond memories of the Monday Couple.

Upon seeing Song Ji Hyo transferring beans, almost like a thresher machine, Gary confessed, “I actually fell for you just now” and when they were taking a picture together, he couldn’t take his eye off of her.

They continued to make hearts bounce during the ‘heart rate’ mission by carrying out an ‘honesty game.’

The game started out with Gary asking, “Was there a moment when you actually liked me?” to which Song Ji Hyo answered, “There was a time when I thought you were cool.”

Then Song Ji Hyo asked, “Was there a moment when you saw me as a woman?” to which he answered, “Yes, there was a moment when I saw you as a woman.”

[Video] Gary and Song Ji Hyo Make Confessions to Each Other on ‘Running Man’

Song Ji Hyo also asked, “When Big Bang guested on the show, did you really try to kiss me?” bringing back the time when Gary tried to kiss her on the face.

Gary said, “I wanted to kiss from that morning. You know one of those days when you open your eyes in the morning and want to kiss? It wasn’t me who kissed you, it was my heart.”

The two then met eyes for a ‘5cm eye contact’ with Gary tilting his face as he got closer to Song Ji Hyo, as if he was about to kiss her.

Photo credit: SBS

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