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[Spoiler] "Lovely Horribly" Choi Yeo-jin Returns and Hides Secret From Song Ji-hyo

2018/09/03 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode fo the KBS 2TV drama "Lovely Horribly", Yoo Phillip (Park Si-hoo), Oh Eul-soon (Song Ji-hyo), Lee Seong-joong (Lee Gi-kwang), Sin Yoon-ah (Ham Eun-jung) and Gi Eun-yeong (Choi Yeo-jin) were surrounded by mystery romance.

Oh Eul-soon ran into Gi Eun-yeong who was recovering in the hospital while she was on her way to visit Yoo Phillip who was in a coma after being shot.

Gi Eun-yeong was reported missing as she was kidnapped, but was barely returned alive. Being aware of the reporters around them, Gi Eun-yeong grabbed Eul-soon into a hug and said, "I don't resent you. I know how you feel".

In police questioning, Gi Eun-yeong recalled an ax and cried out loud, grabbing her head as if she was in a nightmare.

Eul-soon asked the police by Eun-yeong and Phillip were in the same hospital.

Meanwhile, Eun-yeong looked like she made a plan with Sin Yoon-ah as she smirked and said, "I still have a lot to say".

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