The new SBS weekend drama "I Have a Lover" episode two showed Choi Jin-eon (Ji Jin-hee) and Kang Sully (Park Han-byul) kissing and starting an affair. Hae-kang (Kim Hyun-joo), Jin-eon's wife was watching everything.
Hae-kang recalled what happened earlier. Jin-eon had told her, "Your hope sounds like noise to me. I don't hear anything but noise from my heart". She was furious at the way he was different from her to Sully.
The two of them met at a café. Hae-kang indirectly warned Sully but she didn't quiver. She said that she just had a crush on him and even asked why she wasn't allowed to like him. Hae-kang warned her not to cross the line and Sully asked, "Am I going to die if I do?"
Hae-kang visited Jin-eon at his office. She asked why there was no communication between them and said, "I met Sully. She likes you. She loves you. I hope you know and are prepared when she tells you this. I want you to lead the situation well and make sure no rumors start in your office".
Sully confessed her love to Jin-eon. She said, "I have to say this before I die. I like you a lot and I tried not to like you but I have always loved you". Jin-eon answered, "But I'm married".
Sully said, "I don't care. I am sick and tired of feeling guilty about liking someone. But at least it feels good after telling you".
Actually, Jin-eon also had feelings for Sully. The two of them later got trapped in an elevator and Sully held his hand first. Then, it led to a kiss. They were caught on CCTV and Hae-kang who found out that the elevators were out of order, went to the duty-room and saw them on cameras.
Meanwhile, "I Have a Lover" is a reset story about pair of twin sisters who reunite in a world of love and despair where one of them falls back in love for the husband that she hated so much.
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