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[Spoiler] "That Winter, the Wind Blows" Jung Eun-ji gets mad at Jo In-sung

2013/02/21 | 1190 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Eun-ji angered at Jo In-sung for forgetting her sister's death day.

On the fifth episode of the SBS drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows", Oh Soo (Jo In-sung) and Oh Yeong got extremely close as they dropped all fear of each other.

Oh Soo forgot it was his dead lover's death day and left on a trip for the day. Hee-seon (Jung Eun-ji) was mad that he didn't show up at her grave but soon calmed down when Jin Seong (Kim Bum) told her he might be crying under her tree.

However, she was mad again when she found out he wasn't there because he had been on a trip.

Hee-seon called him and said, "You go on a trip with another woman and forget my sister? How dare you? I will kill you if you don't get killed by Moo-cheol (Kim Tae-woo). I will never forget today".

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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