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[Spoiler] "Rosy Lovers" Han Sunhwa shows her feelings for Lee Jang-woo

2015/01/18 | 1707 views | Permalink | Source

Baek Jang-mi (Han Sunhwa) indirectly showed her feelings for Park Cha-dol (Lee Jang-woo) on the twenty-eighth episode of the MBC drama "Rosy Lovers".

Jang-mi, Cha-dol and Cho-rong (Lee Go-eun) had a good time on their trip. Jang-mi was feeling complicated about Cha-dol. He was also feeling the same way about her although he was acting cold towards her.

Just then, Jang-mi had a scandal with Lee Jae-yoon (Kim Sun-hyuk) and she was nervous Cha-dol might've heard about it. Cha-dol was surprised at the news but he told her there was nothing to explain to him about.

Jang-mi then showed him how she felt about her by hugging him from the back when he turned away from her.

Cha-dol and Jang-mi were seeing each other again because of Cho-rong. Will they be able to go back to being happy like they were?

"Rosy Lovers" is about getting back up even after a gigantic fall.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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