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[Spoiler] 'The Time I Loved You' Ha Ji-won is betrayed by L and finds solace in Lee Jin-wook

2015/07/04 | Permalink | Source

'The Time I Loved You' It was revealed that L took advantage of Ha Ji-won to be hired as a regular employee. Ha Ji-won became distressed with the thoughts of betrayal and Lee Jin-wook quickly came over to cheer her up.

On the July 4th episode of SBS' new weekend drama, 'The Time I Loved You', Oh Ha-na and Seong-jae (L) left to a place next to a beach together to accommodate their work schedule.

After accomplishing their task successfully, Ha-na was getting ready to have champagne with Seong-jae as promised. She was getting ready to meet him with much excitement. However, she found out that Seong-jae used her, who was the team manager, to become a regular employee.

Ha-na was greatly disappointed with the thought she was betrayed. She sat down on the floor and cried. It was more hurtful for her because she was falling for Seong-jae, who had been being nice to her.

Ha-na later called Choi Won (Lee Jin-wook). Although he was in the middle of having dinner with Lee So-eun (Choo Soo-hyun), he rushed to Ha-na right away. He covered Ha-na's shoulders with his clothes while he was gazing upon her with his warm smile.

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