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[Spoiler] "Love Alert" Chun Jung-myung and Yoon Eun-hye's Wedding Mishap

2018/12/20 | 2114 views | Permalink | Source

On the final episode of the MBN drama "Love Alert", Cha Woo-hyeon (Chun Jung-myung) and Yoon Yoo-jeong (Yoon Eun-hye) faced an unexpected event on their happiest day.

Before Yoon Yoo-jeong's plans to travel abroad for work, the wedding was prepared without flaw. The 'Woo-Yoo' couple had become more solid after being through so much and they seemed like they would never break, but something happened to change all that.

In the picture, Cha Woo-hyeon and Yoon Yoo-jeong look happy in front of their guests. Their friends and family are showering them with blessings and they seem so happy.

However, while they are reading their wedding vows, Cha Woo-hyeon's father Cha Tae-soo (Kim Byung-gi) passes out. While everyone is shocked, will the couple be able to complete their wedding and start anew together?

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