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[Spoiler] "My Lovely Girl" Rain and why he can't compose

2014/10/01 | 671 views | Permalink | Source

Rain confessed to his accident.

On the fifth episode of the SBS drama "My Lovely Girl", Lee Hyun-wook-I (Rain) told Sin Hae-yoon (Cha Ye-ryun) why he couldn't compose any songs.

Composer Seo Jae-yeong's (Kim Jin-woo) betrayal announced the group's disbandment and his resignation from the management. Sin Hae-yoon tried to make Lee Hyun-wook-I finish making the songs for Siwoo's (L) single album. She trusted his genius ability to be better than Seo Jae-yeong's.

However, Lee Hyun-wook-I refused, but began to show signs of health issues. He heard buzzing in his ears while driving and almost crashed. The pressure was piling up for Lee Hyun-wook-I, with Seo Jae-yeong realizing his father Lee Jong-ho's (Park Young-gyu) secret affair and his stepmother Oh Hee-seon (Kim Hye-eun) starting to investigate her husband's affair.

Lee Hyun-wook-I later told Sin Hae-yoon, "It's not that I can't compose, I'm unable to. When the buzzing starts, it won't stop for several hours. I can't hear or make music". Sin Hae-yoon realized his girlfriend in the past, Yoon So-eun (Lee Shi-ah) was killed in an accident and that's when he received the side effects.

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