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[Spoiler] IU quits acting

2013/05/12 | Permalink | Source

"Lee Soon-sin is the Best" actress IU decided to quit acting after learning about the bet Jo Jung-suk made.

On the twentieth episode of the KBS 2TV weekend drama "Lee Soon-sin is the Best", Lee Soon-shin (IU) found out Sin Joon-ho (Jo Jung-suk) had made a bet on her and wasn't sure of Song Mi-ryeong (Lee Mi-sook) anymore.

Lee Soon-shin was suspicious about the compliment Song Mi-ryeong gave her about 'being talented in acting'.

Lee Soon-shin asked, "Did you tell me I was talented because of the bet you made with him?" and Song answered, "Does that really matter? I'm sorry".

Lee Soon-shin ran into Kim Jeong-ae (Go Doo-shim) who had came to tell Song Mi-ryeong about her. Lee Soon-shin was crying as she said, "I'm quitting so let's go home" and pulled her hands.

Lee Soon-shin told her mother, "I am going to quit acting. You're right. Everyone was using me. I thought it was real. But I still want to believe I have talent".

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