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[Spoiler] "Sister is Alive" Kim Joo-hyun's sentimental act

2017/08/20 | 267 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS weekend drama "Sister is Alive", Kim Joo-hyeon was asked out by Ki-chan (Lee Ji-hoon-I).

Kim Joo-hyeon was forced on a blind date by her mother-in-law Sang-mi (Hwang Young-hee). She was surprised but was touched at the sweet thought. Kim Joo-hyeon cried because she was grateful and sorry to her parents-in-law and felt confused at the same time.

Ki-chan appeared at her 'blind date' and told her he loved her. However, she worried that she might hurt her family and declined him, hiding her true feelings.

Joo-hyeon likes Ki-chan but she can't take him in. She pretends like nothing is wrong but in her mind, complicated thoughts are going around.

Meanwhile, there is another reason why Kim Joo-hyeon's performance is helping with the engagement to the drama. In the beginning she had long hair that she tied into a ponytail but later her hair turned short according to her chic and lovely visual.

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