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[Spoiler] "Missing You" Yoon Eun-hye slaps Park Yoo-chun

2012/11/29 | Permalink | Source

She slapped him and snapped at him.

Han Jeong-woo (Micky Yochun) took Joy (Lee Soo-yeon / Yoon Eun-hye) to the restaurant where her mother worked to eat.

Joy said, "You underestimated me. I have somewhere else I want to go" and avoided her mother.

She took him to an expensive restaurant and ordered expensive food and wine and suggested to Han Jeong-woo to go shopping to Hong Kong.

However, he didn't lose to her and said, "I don't care if we go to Hong Kong or wherever as long as you don't let go of my hands and get lost".

He then said, "Let's go to a playground after we eat. I've only been on the swings for 14 years and never the see-saw. I can't ride it alone" and treated Joy like Lee Soo-yeon.

Joy then slapped him and said, "You're crazy. I shouldn't have played along in the first place. That slap made me feel good".

On this day, Joy was being cornered as the murderer of Kang Sang-deuk (Park Seon-woo).

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