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[Spoiler] [TD On Air] "A Thousand Days' Promise" Jung Yoo-mi cries because of Kim Rae-won

2011/10/18 | 1428 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Yoo-mi cried as Kim Rae-won humiliated her with a straight face.

On the second episode of the SBS drama "A Thousand Days' Promise", Hyang-gi (Jung Yoo-mi) showed endless love for JI-hyeong (Kim Rae-won).

She went into her fiance's room. He was drunk and sleeping soundly.

Not even guessing for a second that he was agonizing from breaking up with Seo-yeon (Soo Ae), she kissed him.

He responded to it, but only thinking she was Seo-yeon.

Surprised, he pushed her away and said, "Somethings one can't do" and crying, Hyang-gi said, "It's been so long, there is no need to humiliate me like this".

He then tried to clear things up by apologizing.

Meanwhile, "A Thousand Days' Promise" is about a woman losing her memory and a man very noble and pure, trying to protect their love.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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