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[Spoiler] "Bachelor's Vegetable Store" Wang Ji-hye says goodbye

2012/02/02 | 889 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Wang Ji-hye denied what her heart was feeling and rejected Ji Chang-wook.

On the latest episode of Channel A's "Bachelor's Vegetable Store", Wang Ji-hye told Han Tae-yang (Ji Chang-wook) that she didn't want to be with him anymore because she had to concentrate on training to succede her boss.

Having accomplished his dream of starting his own shop, Tae-yang met with Ga-on (Wang Ji-hye) and started talking about being serious about their relationship. However, she refused him because she will be the successor of the Mok Yeong Group.

She told him, "Let's not see each other anymore. I am sorry because I think I always give false hope. I don't want to apologize to anyone anymore".

She continued to a shocked Tae-yang, "How much do you need me to understand?" and she walks away. He ran after her and grabbed her hand but she coldly shook it off.

Full of sadness, Tae-yang just stared into space. It was pitiful, the way he wandered about.

Meanwhile, there was also a lot of tension around Kang-seon (Hwang Shin-hye) and Tae-in (Lee Se-young) during this episode.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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