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[Spoiler] 'Hyde, Jekyll and I' Robin might be disappearing, Seo-jin fakes behaviors

2015/03/19 | 1093 views | Permalink | Source

On the 18th episode of SBS Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Hyde, Jekyll and I', Goo Seo-jin (Hyun Bin) started pretending he was Robin.

Goo Seo-jin cooked seaweed soup for Ha-na on her birthday. Ha-na was getting sad because Robin all of sudden started avoiding her and she could not be with him even on her birthday.

When it became evening and it's about time Robin should have appeared, however Robin did not wake up. As this happened, Goo Seo-jin was baffled and said, "Robin disappeared by any chance?"

Goo Seo-jin started acting as if he was Robin and Ha-na did not notice anything suspicious. Goo Seo-jin asked his assistant Kwon for help. Assistant Kwon was sad with the situation Robin might have disappeared and Ha-na asked Robin, who was actually Seo-jin, what was going on.

Goo Seo-jin talked like Robin, "It's because I'm happy. For the last few days, I've been doing things I could not even imagine. Sometimes, I feel like I'm dreaming. I'm just happy to look at you, Ha-na. When I thought how long I could keep dreaming like this, I kind of felt nervous maybe".

'Hyde, Jekyll and I' is a romantic comedy depicting a love triangle between a woman and two opposite personalities of one man.

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