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[Spoiler] Kim Min-seo cries as she thinks of Hwang Chan-sung

2013/02/21 | 527 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Min-seo showed tears at the thought Hwang Chan-sung who left the team.

On the tenth episode of the MBC drama "7th Grade Civil Servant", Gong Do-ha (Hwang Chan-sung) left the team on his own will.

He had confessed his feelings to Seo-won (Choi Kang-hee) but was rejected and he decided to leave the team. He couldn't back her up as long as she was doing well with Gil-ro (Joo Won). Kim Won-seok (Ahn Nae-sang) was against Do-ha leaving the team. However, Do-ha went up to the director Oh Gwang-jae (Choi Jong-hwan) and asked to be moved to another team.

Do-ha left eventually and Sin Seon-mi (Kim Min-seo) who had told him not to leave while she was drunk, became depressed. She's had a crush on him all this while.

When she realized the team lacked numbers, she said, "He abandoned the team. I will do his worth". She seemed to dislike Do-ha now. She ripped out the picture of Do-ha on her notepad.

She then thought about him again in her car. She drew another picture of him. Love had turned into love and hatred.

She earsed his number from her cell phone but said to herself, "What's that going to do?" and showed tears.

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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