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[Spoiler] "My Only One" UEE Catches Bouquet and Falls Into Lee Jang-woo

2018/10/07 | 915 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "My Only One", Kim Do-ran (UEE) caught Jang Da-ya's bouquet (Yoon Jin-yi).

Wang Yi-ryuk (Jung Eun-woo) and Jang Da-ya got married and Park Geum-byung (Jung Jae-soon) invited all of their colleagues. Kim Do-ran met Kang Soo-il (Choi Soo-jong) at the wedding, too. Jang Da-ya walked with her brother Jang Go-rae (Park Sung-hoon).

Jang Da-ya threw her bouquet to her friend, but Kim Do-ran happened to catch it. She walked back as she tried to catch the bouquet and fell into Wang Dae-ryook's (Lee Jang-woo) arms.

Jang Da-ya was disappointed that her friend didn't get the bouquet, but Wang Yi-ryook said, "There's a saying that if you don't get married six months after you catch a bouquet, you never will". Wang Dae-rykoo drove the married couple to the airport and thought hard about what his brother said.

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