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[Spoiler] Jeong Il-woo, "Love is for sharing"

2011/11/01 | 1187 views |  | Permalink | Source

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The November 1st episode of "Flower Boy Ramyun Shop" introduced new relationships.

'Crazy Chicken' Kim Ba-wool (Park Min-woo) and 'God's Son Hwan-woong' Cha Ji-soo (Jeong Il-woo) fought for Yoon So-i (Ho Soo), whose major is ballet.

Yoon So-i is a nice-looking girl from a good family and kind too, being the "Mother"s friend's daughter' type. Cha Ji-soo returned to Korea two years ago at Cha Seong High School and rekindled a romance with Yoon So-i.

While Cha Ji-soo was in America, Yoon So-i had been with Kim Ba-wool. However, as soon as Cha Ji-soo returned, she betrayed him.

Having an argument in a class room, Kim Ba-wool and Cha Ji-soo were caught by student-teacher Yang Eun-bi (Lee Cheong-ah). She told Cha Ji-soo, "A person's mind is not a revolving door".

Trying to dominate her, he brought out the Casanova in him, kissed her forehead and said, "Love is for open bidding. You can share it".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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