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[Spoiler] "School 2013" Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk make up in tears

2013/01/07 | 3994 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk made up in tear after telling the truth to each other.

KBS 2 mini series "School 2013" showed Heung-soo (Kim Woo-bin) pouring his heart out after seeing Nam-soon (Lee Jong-suk) sacrifice himself for him.

Jeong-ho (Kwak Jung-wook) framed Nam-soon and Heung-soo for the motorcycle theft and they were at risk of being beaten up by gangsters. However, Nam-soon went along with them without Heung-soo knowing and knelt in front of them saying, "Let me be beat up and end it here".

Heung-soo saw Nam-soon in a mess and asked, "Did you get my share too?" Nam-soon said, "I'll at least pretend to pay you back for your legs and your future. There's no other way I can do it". Heung-soo replied to this by saying, "You should still be still. You were the only other thing I had besides soccer. You should've been there after I was told I couldn't play soccer anymore. So what I'm saying is, didn't you miss me too?" The two of them realized the truth and cried hot tears in reconciliation.

At the end of the episode it was learnt that Nam-soon or Heung-soo, one of them had to leave the school.

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