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[Spoiler] "High Society" UEE falls for Sung Joon

2015/07/21 Source

Memories of love weren't gone. UEE started falling for Sung Joon.

On the fourteenth episode of the SBS drama "High Society", wealthy girl Jang Yoon-ha (UEE), 'the dragon from the creek' Choi Joon-ki (Sung Joon), wealthy boy Yoo Chang-soo (Park Hyung-sik) and regular girl Lee Ji-yo (Lim Ji-yeon) revolved around in romance.

Joon-ki and Yoon-ha kept running to each other working in the same office and he was her back-up, helping her with work or making her lunch.

Yoon-ha started to depend on Sung Joon and the hard feelings she had for him were slowly melting away.

Joon-ki's kindness didn't stop there. Yoon-ha was blinded by the sunlight so he put his hand over her head for her. He said, "I'm your shade". Yoon-ha didn't mind that he said that and it showed that she still had feelings for him with two more episodes to go.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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