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[Spoiler] 'Hogu's Love' UEE reveals her true identity

2015/03/09 | Permalink | Source

On the March 9th episode of tvN's 'Hogu's Love', Do Do-hee (UEE) confessed to Sin Cheong-jae (Lee Si-eon) about her identity.

To take care of Do Do-hee and Do-hee's baby, Kang Ho-goo (Choi Wooshik) tried to obtain permission for parental leave from his boss and friend, web-toon writer, Sin Cheong-jae, but it was not successful.

To make things worse, while Sin Cheong-jae disliked the fact there was a baby at work, Do-hee went to Sin Cheong-jae's work studio to pick up her baby. As Sin Cheong-jae treated her as if she was an immature ajumma, she ended up confessing she was the swimming athlete, Do Do-hee.

Because Sin Cheong-jae was one of Do Do-hee's regular fans, he was shocked completely. However, he turned back to be her fan and even more enthusiastically after he saw Do-hee exchanging greetings with her high school alumnus, Hogu and Tae-hee (Choi Jae-hwan).

When Do-hee with her baby was going to stay in a motel, Cheong-jae said "Ho-gu's room is safer" and he suggested she should stay in Hogu's room. He also said, "How are you going to deal with all the difficult parenting alone" and "Our company offers parental leave", which caused laughter as it conflicted his previous behavior against Ho-gu's request.

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