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[Spoiler] "Let's Watch the Sunset" Yoo In-young and Yoon Sang-hyun Spend a Night Together

2018/03/29 | Permalink | Source

Sin Da-hye (Yoo In-young) and Kim Do-yeong (Yoon Sang-hyun) spent a night together on the latest episode of the MBC drama "Let's Watch the Sunset".

As Do-yeong was leaving the house, Sin Da-hye stopped him and fixed his tie. She said, "Who wears his tie like this? The world is changing, but if you are stubborn you're going to be a loser".

She added, "I don't mean you should change your wife. I don't want Nam Hyeon-joo's husband Do-yeong. I'm going to make you new. I am going to make you successful again no matter what. Then who knows? Maybe I'll want you again".

Do-yeong regretted what happened last night and he said, "About last night..." but she interrupted and said, "It was just sexual lust? Or a mistake? It's not like you. I didn't know you were so moral".

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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