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[Spoiler] "Love Rain" Jung Jin-young and Lee Mi-sook introduce their kids

2012/05/07 | 964 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Jin-young, Lee Mi-sook, Yoona and Jang Geun-suk gathered in one place.

On the thirteenth episode of KBS2 drama "Love Rain" on the 7th, Seo In-ha (Jung Jin-young) proposed to Kim Yoon-hee (Lee Mi-sook) and introduced her to Seo Joon (Jang Geun-suk).

Walking along the beach, In-ha told Yoon-hee "I want to keep walking the beach with you like this. I want to be happy and not lonely. Marry me".

He then sang the song "Love Rain" with his friends Dong-wook and Chang-mo to her romantically, putting a ring on her finger. Yoon-hee cried and accepted his proposal. She then told him, "Thank you for not forgetting me. Thank you for bringing back the memories I thought had been forgotten".

Having promised marriage with Yoon-hee, In-ha introduced his son Seo Joon to Yoon-hee and Ha-na (Yoona). The two were surprised at the suddenness but acted like they didn't know each other.

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