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[Spoiler] 'I Have a Lover' Lee Jae-yoon reveals he loves Dok-go Yong-gi Kim Hyun-joo

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On the 35th episode of SBS weekend drama, "I Have a Lover", Min Gyu-seok (Lee Jae-yoon) revealed he loved Dok-go Yong-gi (Kim Hyun-joo).

On this day, Dok-go Yong-gi received a phone call from Choi Man-ho (Dok-go Young-jae). Min Gyu-seok went to Choi Man-ho along with Dok-go Yong-gi on purpose. Min Tae-seok (Gong Hyung-jin) became furious and said, "How dare you". Min Gyu-seok revealed, "I love her".

Choi Jin-ri (Baek Ji-won) said, "Are you crazy? She is a mom with a child. Which part about her do you like?" Min Gyu-seok said, "The part I like most about her is the fact that she's Woo-joo's mom. I'm not here to ask for permission. I came to notify you. From now on, please consider we, Yong-gi, Woo-joo, and I as one same group".

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