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[Spoiler] "The Idle Mermaid" On Joo-wan finds out what Jo Bo-ah really is

2014/09/25 Source

Lee Hyeon-myeong (On Joo-wan) was shocked to find out that his crush Kim Honey (Jo Bo-ah) was in fact, a mermaid on the eighth episode of the tvN drama "The Idle Mermaid".

He realized that he loved her although he was very confused. On the other hand, Honey resolved things with her crush Kwon Si-kyeong (Song Jae-rim), then began dreaming of a happy future.

Honey transformed into a mermaid with happy feelings and played in the water with Ahn Hye-yeong (Kim Seul-gi) who was the only one who knew about her true identity. Ahn Hye-yeong told Honey, everyone is gone but still, you can never be too careful".

Honey felt shivers when Ahn Hye-yeong went into her room first and started rolling up her tail, revealing her legs. Hyeon-myeong was watching this and his face was filled with shock during the final scene of the episode.

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