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[Spoiler] "Radio Romance" Yoon Doo-joon and Kim So-hyun Under Media Fire

2018/03/13 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Radio Romance", Song Geu-rim (Kim So-hyun) discvoered that Ji Soo-ho's (Yoon Doo-joon) first love wasn't Woo Ji-woo.

Ji Soo-ho confessed his romance with Geu-rim confidently on radio and to the media. As a top star with numerous fans, it resulted in his fans bullying her. They even started bothering Geu-rim's blind mother Jo Ae-ran (Kim Ye-ryung).

It wasn't over; rumors about Geu-rim and Soo-ho all over the broadcasting station. Soo-ho's father Ji Yoon-seok (Kim Byung-se) asked Geu-rim to break up with him. However, she was bold and he changed his mind.

Because of the media attention, the two weren't able to do more than lightly kiss, hug and hold hands.

There are only three more episodes to go and the lack of affection is a disappointment to fans.

Will Geu-rim forgive Soo-ho for his secret and what happened between him and Woo Ji-woo who died?

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