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[Spoiler] "School 2017" Kim Sejeong, Kim Jung-hyun and Jang Dong-yoon's three-way romance

2017/08/01 | 398 views | Permalink | Source

We take a look at the three-way relationship between Kim Sejeong, Kim Jung-hyun and Jang Dong-yoon from "School 2017".

Ra Eun-ho (Kim Sejeong) witnessed Song Dae-hwi (Jang Dong-yoon) stealing test papers from the teachers' room at night. Dae-hwi was surprised and ran away leaving the test papers behind and Eun-ho put them back in the teachers' room. Hyeon Tae-woon (Kim Jung-hyun) was next to her.

Eun-ho thought Dae-hwi was acting strange but tried to understand him. She met him and asked what his reason for his behavior was and that he could tell her later. Dae-hwi smiled in relief.

Tae-woon saw Eun-ho and Dae-hwi together and expressed his uneasiness towards it. Tae-woon didn't like DAe-hwi and told Eun-ho not to get her nose in his business.

Dae-hwi also felt affectionate for Eun-ho.

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