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[Spoiler] "Bubble Gum" first episode, unique set up and appealing characters

2015/10/26 | Permalink | Source

The first episode of the tvN drama "Bubble Gum" has successfully drawn attention on itself.

The first episode of the drama showed Park Ri-hwan (Lee Dong-wook) feeling upset at Kim Heng-ah (Jung Ryeo-won) for keeping a secret from him.

"Bubble Gum" is about the psychological state of Jung Ryeo-won and Lee Dong-wook who are friends that are about to cross a boundary.

In the first episode, Heng-ah broke up with her boyfriend and senior Kang Seok-joon (Lee Jong-hyuk) and brought her things from his house. She was always alone even when they were together, so when she said she was never coming back, he told her he would call her later.

Heng-ah's childhood friend Ri-hwan found out Heng-ah was lying to him. She had lied about getting the package he left at the security guard's and said she had it. Ri-hwan was worried that something was happening with her.

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