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[Spoiler] "Incarnation of Jealousy" Jo Jung-suk feels bitter at Gong Hyo-jin and Go Kyung-pyo

2016/09/16 | Permalink | Source

Jo Jung-suk lost his way between love and friendship.

Macho King Lee Hwa-sin couldn't help but feel sad that his friend Ko Jeong-won (Go Kyung-pyo) and Pyo Na-ri (Gong Hyo-jin) were getting serious. He pretended to support them, although he was actually sad.

On the episode of "Incarnation of Jealousy", Lee Hwa-sin (Jo Jung-suk) sang his favorite song "Wrong Encounter" which seemed to express his current feelings. Also, when he got drunk, he looked at Pyo Na-ri with so much love in his eyes.

He also took Pyo Na-ri to the Night Duty Room when she got drunk and put her to bed.

Meanwhile, Pyo Na-ri took Lee Hwa-sin to the hospital herself when he wouldn't get his breast cancer treated. He was afraid news of his sickness would get out so he pretended that she was his guardian.

"Incarnation of Jealousy" can be seen every Wednesday and Thursday.

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