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You're My Pet [2011]

Jang Keun Suk & Kim Ha Neul
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ME GUSTO ESTA PELICULA ,QUIERO A JANG KEUN SUK COMO MI MASCOTA
I just love JKS in this cute movie. I would like to buy this movie.
super cute pet!!
@serbshavemofun I watch it like you recommend me too...and I love it! It was so cute!! I want a pet now!
ESTA PELICULA ME ENCANTO,SUK UN GENIO
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