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[Spoiler] "My Lovely Girl", Krystal plays games with Rain

2014/10/08 Source

"Krystal" had Rain under her control even though she was completely into him.

On the seventh episode of the SBS drama "My Lovely Girl", Yoon Sena ("Krystal") ran to Lee Hyeon-wook's (Rain) house every time she felt her heart beating quickly at the thought of him.

She'd revealed her feelings for him using Dal-bong the dog. One day Hyeon-wook called her and said Dal-bong was at the vet so she couldn't see him, but she still went to his house anyway and said, "I'm not here to see the dog today".

However, instead of saying, "I'm going to keep calling you 'uncle'", all she'd say is, "I've seen you today so that's enough, 'uncle'" and then she would turn around to go home.

However, "My Lovely Girl" is a romance fantasy drama about a girl named Sena and a guy named Hyeon-wook based in AnA, one of the greatest entertainment companies in Korea starring Rain, "Krystal", Kim Myung-soo and Lee Ho-won from Infinite, Park Young-gyu, Cha Ye-ryun and Hae Ryeong.

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