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[Spoiler] "To The Beautiful You" Lee Hyun-woo imagines married life with Sully

2012/08/23 | 3080 views | Permalink | Source

Eun-gyeol went off the wall.

He was seen imagining married life with Jae-hee (Sulli) on the episode of the SBS drama "To The Beautiful You".

Smiling like a fool looking at the pictures from the pension, Eun-gyeol looked up the word 'gay'. He doesn't know that Jae-hee is actually a girl in disguise and is confused about his sexuality.

After learning that 'gay' meant 'cheerful' and 'pleasurable', Eun-gyeol went ahead and imagined married life with Jae-hee.

However, the child in his imagination cried that he was being teased at School for having two fathers and no matter how Eun-gyeol tried to tell him it's not a bad thing, his son cried. At that moment, Jae-hee came out of the bathroom with outgrown moustache and a beard looking for a shaver.

Then the child suddenly asked, "Which daddy gave birth to me?" and Eun-gyeol found himself shaking his head to snap out of the imagination.

Meanwhile, Eun-gyeol couldn't help his heart beating so fast when Jae-hee touched her shoulder on his after being hurt by Tae-joon.

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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