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[Spoiler] Suzy helps Lee Jong-suk on "While You Were Sleeping - 2017"

2017/09/28 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "While You Were Sleeping - 2017", Bae Hong-joo (Suzy) believed Jeong Jae-chan (Lee Jong-suk) had fallen for her.

Nam Hong-joo told him that she could see the future in her dreams. She told him she hadn't tried to change her dreams before, but if she did, then time would pass differently.

However, Jeong Jae-chan didn't want to believe her. He didn't think he could save anyone or could handle blaming himself if something went wrong. He told Hong-joo to ignore them, but she looked at him desperately and said, "It has to be you. I don't know why, but it has to be you".

Jeong Jae-chan dreamed his brother (Shin Jae-ha) was arrested. In the end, he found Hong-joo and asked her to help. She then realized it was his brother that was in her recent dream. She said, "Seung-won killed someone in my dream and he became a killer because of you".

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