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[Spoiler] "Good Day" Park Se-young cries in Lee Sang-woo's arms

2014/06/15 | Permalink | Source

Park Se-young cried in Lee Sang-woo's arms.

Jeong Da-jeong (Park Se-young) and Seo Jae-woo (Lee Sang-woo) got closer.

Seo Jae-woo confessed his love for her and said he'll wait for her reply. Da-jeong couldn't help the happy face. Seo Jae-woo was on the way to Da-jeong's school when she called to cancel their plans. She had to meet the parents and students who had been spreading strange rumors about her and and Eun-chan's dad.

Da-jeong is a nutritionist and she scolded those students who refused to eat her lunch and bullied Eun-chan. Jae-woo only then realized what a tough job she had.

Da-jeong was returning home on the bus and saw Jae-woo smiling outside.

He opened his arms wide open and said, "Lean on me if you need to". She fell into his arms and started crying. This caused them to get closer.

Sin-ae (Lee Mi-young) witnessed the two hugging.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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