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[Spoiler] "Shut Up: Flower Boy Band" Jung Eui-chul and Jo Bo-ah become lovers

2012/02/07 | 1043 views |  | Permalink | Source

Jung Eui-chul sent Jo Bo-ah his loving heart with a scarf & a kiss on the fourth episode of the TVN drama "Shut Up: Flower Boy Band".

Yoo Seung-hoon found out that Im Soo-ah was living in an attic and presented her with a large amount of gift certificates. However, understanding this as pity, she refused to take it as she said, "This is too much for me to accept as your friend". Seung-hoon as well realized his mistake and didn't know what to do.

He then found her again to show her that he was sorry. He gave her a scarf and asked, "Can you accept this?" and she did.

He wrapped a red scarf around her. He then kissed her on the forehead and conveyed his love for her. She couldn't help but be surprised but soon smiled and accepted him. The two held hands as they walked.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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