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[Spoiler] "A Thousand Days' Promise" Soo Ae cries her heart out for Kim Rae-won

2011/10/17 | 1170 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Seo-yeon (Soo Ae) cried her heart out after parting with Kim Rae-won.

The first episode of new SBS drama "A Thousand Days' Promise" explained the intimate relationship between Lee Seo-yeon and Park Ji-hyeong who was to get married to Noh Hyang-gi (Jung Yoo-mi).

Park Ji-hyeong and Lee Seo-yeon's love was passionate but somewhat unsteady. Because Park Ji-hyeong was getting married to Noh Hyang-gi. Lee Seo-yeon knew she was going to be left alone but she continued her relationship with him.

Lee Seo-yeon ascended in the annual spring literary contest but she still lived on writing rich people's autobiographies. On the other hand, Noh Hyang-gi is from a well-off family and Park Ji-hyeong didn't want to let her go for his success although he loved Lee Seo-yeon.

On this day, Park Ji-hyeong set a wedding date with Noh Hyang-gi and said goodbye to Lee Seo-yeon. He told her, "I'm sorry I'm so mean". She replied, "I've imagined this day from a long time ago" and tried to act cool but after parting with him she went into the men's bathroom and cried her heart out.

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