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Sorrowful eyes... "You Will Love Me" Lee Tae-im's dry life?

2015/11/04 | 718 views | Permalink | Source

Pictures of Lee Tae-im during her drama shoot came up online.

The pictures are of Lee Tae-im and Yoo Il in the Drama H "You Will Love Me". They are looking at different directions.

Lee Tae-im is a dry woman who always wears trainers but in the pictures she is wearing a pink dress and she is looking somewhere with a sorrowful look. Yoo Il is just looking at her.

When Yoo Il is with Lee Tae-im they are called Yoo-Il Tae-im, Yoo-il Min-yeong when he's with Lee Min-young and Yoo-Il Chang-seok when he's with Chang-seok. As the youngest one on the set, Yoo Il is a perfect energizer for everyone.

On the third episode of the drama, Park Ji-ho (Lee Tae-im) and Han Gun-woong (Yoo Il) reunite. Oh Geun-baek (Oh Chang-suk) who is dumped by Ko Ah-yeong (Lee Min-young), asks the relationship expert Doctor Nova for help.

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