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[Spoiler] "Good Day" Park Se-young can't look Lee Sang-woo in the eye

2014/06/08 | 1029 views | Permalink | Source

Park Se-young's feelings for Lee Sang-woo grew bigger.

On the episode of the SBS drama "Good Day" on the 8th, Da-jeong (Park Se-young) started to like Jae-woo (Lee Sang-woo).

Da-jeong had an admiration for In-woo but she fell for his brother Jae-woo instead. She agreed to take a stroll around the neighborhood with Jae-woo.

He said she was a good outdoor model and also stated, "You are always excited about things, that's why". Da-jeong couldn't help but blush and tried her best to avoid his eyes.

Jae-woo asked why she didn't answer his call and she said, "I heard you were busy, so I couldn't".

Jae-woo said, "Ask me personally if I'm too busy to answer your call. Don't forget. If there's something I want to tell you, I'll do it myself".

Jae-woo and In-woo were tense with each other for the sake of Da-jeong.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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