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[Spoiler] "Uncontrollably Fond" Lim Ju-eun attempts suicide at Lim Ju-hwan's engagement break-off

2016/08/11 | 1892 views | Permalink | Source

Lim Ju-eun tried to kill herself drunk but Kim Woo-bin saved her.

On the episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Uncontrollably Fond", Choi Ji-tae (Lim Ju-hwan) didn't appear for his own wedding and Yoon Jeong-eun (Lim Ju-eun) was distraught.

He had gone to catch Noh Eul (Suzy). Yoon Jeong-eun and everyone waited for him but he didn't show up. She went to a hotel and got drunk.

Drunk Yoon Jeong-eun jumped into the hotel swimming pool. Sin Joon-yeong (Kim Woo-bin) jumped into the water and saved her.

However, this was all part of Sin Joon-yeong's plan. He wanted to return Noh Eul to her rightful place before he died. He overheard that Yoon Jeong-eun was responsible for Noh Eul's father's death and had approached her intentionally.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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