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[Spoiler] "Temptation" Choi Ji-woo has a crush on Kwon Sang-woo

2014/08/05 Source

Choi Ji-woo revealed her feelings for kwon Sang-woo.

On the eighth episode of the SBS drama "Temptation", Yoo Se-yeong (Choi Ji-woo) told her friend (Jo Mi-ryung) about her feelings towards Cha Seok-hoon (kwon Sang-woo).

Yoo Se-yeong's friend kept trying to introduce her to a man to marry, so she told her friend, "I have someone I like, but he rejected me".

The friend was shocked and said, "Who rejects Yoo Se-yeong? Is he terribly handsome?" Yoo Se-yeong replied, "He's not that wealthy and he's not that good looking, either. He's a contract worker at my company, but he loves his wife".

While the friend's jaws dropped Yoo Se-yeong said, "But I am relieved. This is my first love. I want to feel this a little more although I know it's going to hurt later".

On the other hand, Cha Seok-hoon handed in a letter of resignation to hold onto his wife Na Hong-joo (Park Ha-sun).

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