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[Spoiler] "Passionate Love" Choi Yoon-young chooses Shim Ji-ho

2013/11/17 | 1312 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Yoon-young confessed her love to Sung Hoon and chose Shim Ji-ho.

On the episode of the SBS drama "Passionate Love" on the 17th, Yoo-jeong (Choi Yoon-young) told Moo-yeol (Sung Hoon) the truth about her heart.

Soo-hyeok (Shim Ji-ho) tried to destroy the ranch by building a golf course behind it but said he would stop if she came to him. Yoo-jeong chose Soo-hyeok to protect the ranch.

She told Moo-yeol the truth before she left. She said it was true when she told Soo-hyeok that she liked Moo-yeol.

She said, "Don't be pressured. I thought I'd regret it if I didn't tell you". She then chose to head towards the hotel lounge where Soo-hyeok and his mother were waiting.

At the end of the episode, Moo-yeol realized his feelings for her and caught her.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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