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[Spoiler] "Dream High" IU's Wooyoung ache, Suzy "Cluck cluck"

2011/02/21 | 5119 views | Permalink | Source

Suzy is appalled by IU's love for Wooyoung.

Kim Pil-sook (IU) honestly tells Ko Hye-mi (Suzy) about her relationship with Jason (Wooyoung) on the fourteenth episode of KBS 2TV "Dream High" (written by Park Hye-ryeon, produced by Lee Eung-bok) on the 21st.

She sees a post-it note on her locker and smiles. Ko Hye-mi asks Kim Pil-sook, "Tell me honestly, what is going on between you two".

Kim Pil-sook then says, "This is what's going on", and proudly stuck the note 'to miss sushi, I think I love you' to her locker.

Ko Hye-mi asks, "Do you really like Jason that much?" and Pil-sook says, "I really do, I think about him a lot. I think of him first when I'm happy, and when I'm sad. I wish he was always next to me. Something like that".

Then Ko Hye-mi turns around with a disgusted face and says, "Cluck cluck".

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