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[Spoiler] "Dream High" IU sings Panic's "Waiting" heartrending 'Pil-sook ache'

2011/02/07 | 5067 views | Permalink | Source

IU caused Wooyoung's 'Pil-sook ache' more heartrending by singing the song "Waiting" by Panic (Lee Juk, Kim Jin-pyo).

On the 7th episode of KBS 2TV drama "Dream High" (written by Park Hye-ryeon and directed by Lee Eung-bok and Kim Seong-yoon) the student of Kirin Art School go on a field trip to Japan.

IU couldn't go because of hepatitis A. At this, Jason (Wooyoung) finished group K's schedule in Japan and retuned to Korea right away.

He visited Pil-sook's hospital and indirectly showed his feelings for Pil-sook. He told Pil-sook not to misunderstand his manner and attention and hid his feelings once more.

When Jason left the room Pil-sook sang "Waiting" while playing her guitar. It was a hint of her still waiting for Jason and her confession of her true feelings for Jason and drew attention from viewers.

IU's song carried out a heartrending love for Jason and Jason's feelings for her.

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