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[Spoiler] "Love Rain" Jang Geun-suk and Yoona, Jung Jin-young and Lee Mi-sook all break down

2012/05/15 | 1108 views | Permalink | Source

Jang Geun-suk and Yoona, Jung Jin-young and Lee Mi-sook all suffered from heart-aches.

On the sixteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Love Rain" aired on the 14th, Jeong Ha-na (Yoona) avoided kissing Seo Joon (Jang Geun-suk) and was confused.

She declared never to see him again but also confessed that, "I want to see you, to hug you. I am worried when you are sick". Crying, Hana said, "I am scared, let's just meet someone else and forget about each other. Seo Joon tried to hold on to her but it just wasn't as easy as he thought.

Seo In-ha (Jung Jin-young) and Kim Yoon-hee (Lee Mi-sook) were the same too. Seo In-ha broke up with Kim Yoon-hee understood. He held her hand in apology and so did she. She pretended like nothing was wrong but in her heart she was breaking down.

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