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[Spoiler] 'Heard It Through the Grapevine' Lee Joon and Go Ah-sung stay strong in love despite difficult situations

2015/03/09 Source

On the March 6th episode of SBS drama 'Heard It Through the Grapevine', Han In-sang (Lee Joon) and Seo Bom (Go Ah-sung) went to the dormitory where the two slept together.

When the two arrived at the place where their love started growing, they indulged in the memories.

Seo Bom and Han In-sang reenacted what they had done there in the past trying to trace back their memories. Han After making sure there were no one else there, In-sang came out the closet where he was hiding and hugged Seo Bom.

Han In-sang asked "Are you still scared now? Seo Bom, thank you and I'm sorry. I mean I love you" Their love only grew stronger and they kept their love pure and sweet although there were still the ongoing conflicts between the two families due to the distinction of wealth.

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