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[Spoiler] "Very Good Times" Kim Hee-sun confesses her love

2014/04/20 | Permalink | Source

Kim Hee-sun confessed her love for Lee Seo-jin in tears.

The eighteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Very Good Times" showed Cha Hae-won (Kim Hee-sun) telling Kang Dong-seok (Lee Seo-jin) how she felt about him.

Cha Hae-won was going to kill herself along with her enemy Oh Chi-soo (Ko In-beom) but Kang Dong-seok and Kang Dong-hee (Ok Taecyeon) stopped her. Kang Dong-hee tried to stop her but Kang Dong-seok sneered at her and left.

Kang Dong-hee took her to the police station and when she calmed down, she called Kang Dong-seok and said, "I was fine when you were not there. I wasn't embarrassed, sad, or hasty. It was something I had to do and I never regretted it".

"Now I wonder if this is the right path because of you. If I should be doing this. I keep hesitating and wondering where to go. It's all because of you and I regret it. Meeting you again, being shaken up by you again. I regret it so much".

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