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[Spoiler] "Golden Rainbow" Oh Jae-moo asks Kim Yoo-jung out on a date

2013/11/17 | Permalink | Source

Oh Jae-moo told Kim Yoo-jung about his family history and asked her out on a date.

On the episode of the MBC drama "Golden Rainbow", Do-yeong (Oh Jae-moo) confessed his feelings for Baek-won (Kim Yoo-jung).

Do-yeong explained that he lived with his mother and granny until they passed away and since then he had been living with his father. "I have nowhere to lean on. My brother thinks I'm a bug, my stepmother doesn't like me and my step-granny doesn't see me as human. I wish my dad was nice to me, like family. That feels good to tell you this".

Doo-yeong then sent Baek-won home on his bike and said, "What are you doing this Sunday? Let's go watch a movie. I will wait there tomorrow".

Meanwhile, "Golden Rainbow" is a drama about the love and passion of seven brothers and sisters.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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