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[Spoiler] "Let's Watch the Sunset" Yoon Sang-hyun Tearful Over Han Hye-jin

2018/05/09 | 236 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Let's Watch the Sunset", Nam Hyeon-joo (Han Hye-jin) and Kim Do-yeong (Yoon Sang-hyun) couldn't get out what they needed to say to each other.

Kim Do-yeong asked Nam Hyeon-joo for some coffee and watched her make coffee for him. His eyes welled up with tears out of affection for her, but he purposely walked away on a made up errand

Then, they sat down to drink coffee together. Kim Do-yeong called her name, but he hesitated and said, "Never mind, I'll come back and say it another time".

Nam Hyeon-joo said, "Just say it now. Say anything you want to say now. Why are you hesitating". Kim Do-yeong got up and left.

When she was alone, Nam Hyeon-joo said to herself, "Why is it so hard to say that just one thing? You can just Say You Love Me".

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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