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[Spoiler] "Very Good Times" Lee Seo-jin asks out Kim Hee-sun

2014/04/06 | Permalink | Source

Lee Seo-jin asked Kim Hee-sun to be his girlfriend.

On the fourteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Very Good Times", Kang Dong-seok (Lee Seo-jin) confessed his feelings to Cha Hae-won (Kim Hee-sun).

Kang Dong-seok and Cha Hae-won's contract relationship ended with Oh Seung-hoon (Park Joo-hyung) and Cha Hae-won's reunion. The relationship between Kang Dong-seok and Cha Hae-won's families became worse with the fainting of her mother Lee Myeong-soon (No Kyung-joo).

Kang Dong-seok's fiance also appeared at the end of the episode and seemed to be clearing up the relationship between Kang Dong-seok and Cha Hae-won. However, Kang Dong-seok asked Cha Hae-won out.

He told her, "She's someone who was going to marry me but her family is against us, so we're through. What was that smile you gave me? What's your truth?"

Cha Hae-won said, "We had only agreed to use each other. It's over for me". Kang Dong-seok said, "Yes, the show is over so let's do it for real this time. Let's not lie. I won't from now on".

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