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[Spoiler] "I Have A Lover" Ji Jin-hee and Kim Hyun-joo, "Let's stop hurting"

2015/12/20 | 1320 views | Permalink | Source

When will "I Have a Lover" Kim Hyun-joo and Ji Jin-hee stop feeling hurt?

On the episode of the SBS drama "I Have a Lover" on the 20th, Choi Jin-eon (Ji Jin-hee) was shocked to see Do Hae-kang (Kim Hyun-joo) in the same hotel room as Baek-seok (Lee Kyu-han).

Do Hae-kang lied to Choi Jin-eon that she was in a relationship with Baek-seok who also tried to convince Choi Jin-eon to let Do Hae-kang go.

Choi Jin-eon said, "It's not an urgent matter but it is. She's not an exaggerative person but she exaggerates in front of me. She rejects me, but I don't feel emotion, only will power. I don't know if it's love or hate".

However, in the end Choi Jin-eon declared war with Do Hae-kang with the owner position of the 'thousand year contract'. Then he turned around and smiled.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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