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[Spoiler] "Nothing to Lose" Park Eun-bin Needs Time

2018/01/11 | 189 views | Permalink | Source

On the final episode of the SBS drama "Nothing to Lose", Sa Eui-hyun (Yeon Woo-jin) told Lee Jung-joo (Park Eun-bin) how he felt about her.

Oh Ji-rak (Lee Moon-shik), who guessed what was going on between Jung-joo and Eui-hyun, left them alone in the office during lunch. Eui-hyun and Jung-joo were eating together when Eui-hyun confessed his feelings to her.

Eui-hyun pointed out that Do Han-joon (Dong Ha) stood between them from the day they met. He also knew how Han-joon felt about her, and tried to keep a rational distance between them. But he couldn't.

Jung-joo was shocked at this sudden confession, but Eui-hyun wanted to know her thoughts. He also told her that he feels badly about Han-joon.

However, Jung-joo said she didn't know how she felt and asked him if he he was sure. Eui-hyun told her that he was and that he could give up his feelings, but he won't. Jung-joo then said, "Give me some time to look into my feelings".

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