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[Spoiler] "Missing You" Park Yoo-chun recognizes Yoon Eun-hye at once

2012/11/21 | Permalink | Source

Park Yoo-chun recognized his first love Yoon Eun-hye at once.

Han Jeong-woo (Park Yoo-chun) had become a detective and was at Kang Hyeong-joon's (Yoo Seung-ho) house investigating the death of Jeong Hye-mi (Michelle / Kim Seon-kyeong) o the episode of the MBC drama "Missing You".

Jeong Hye-mi's cause of death was drowning while swimming and Han Jeong-woo was heading out after he was done with his work.

Lee Soo-yeon had come to the house despite Kang Hyeong-joon's dissuasion but the gates were closed. She waited outside for the rain to stop and repeated to herself, "The rain stops, doesn't stop, stops, doesn't stop".

Han Jeong-woo heard this and recognized her at once. This is something she taught her. When she started to move he called her desperately.

Lee Soo-yeon and Han Jeong-woo recognized each other at the end of the episode in the preview.

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