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[Spoiler] "Let's Watch the Sunset" Does Yoon Sang-hyun Discovers Han Hye-jin's Sickness?

2018/04/18 | Permalink | Source

The latest episodes of "Let's Watch the Sunset' showed Hyeon-joo (Han Hye-jin) and Do-young (Yoon Sang-hyun) drifting further apart from each other. While Hyeon-joo was getting sick, she also started growing fonder of Seok-joon (Kim Tae-hoon).

Do-young witnessed Hyeon-joo and Suk-joon together and misunderstanding started building in his head. He even turned to Da-hye (Yoo In-young) to forget Hyeon-joo.

On the preview of episodes 17 and 18, Do-young is hanging out with his daughter Saet-byul (Lee Na-yoon).

Seat-byul asks if daddy knows anything and Do-young says, "I know..." Saet-byul asks if her mother told him she was very sick and Do-young cried out Hyeon-joo's name.

Then Do-young's voice is heard saying, "There's something I haven't clarified with Hyeon-joo yet".

Meanwhile, "Let's Watch the Sunset" is a mellow drama about a love that comes around when you're least expecting it and the next two episodes can be seen on the 18th.

Source : www.topstarnews.net/n...

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