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[Spoiler] "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo" Nam Joo-hyuk moves drunk Lee Sung-kyung in a cart

2016/12/14 Source

On the ninth episode of the MBC drama "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo", Lee Sung-kyung was drinking with Nam Joo-hyuk and she got drunk.

She sighed and said, "The man I like doesn't like me and the man I don't like doesn't like me either. You know where this all got messed up? The dresser".

"No! You! If you weren't his brother things wouldn't have gotten this complicated" she yelled.

Nam Joo-hyuk asked why he was getting the blame and asked, "Who likes my brother?"

Lee Sung-kyung said, "But you know what? Do you know where this all started? The dresser that my father picked up. If it wasn't for the dresser..."

She passed out and Nam Joo-hyuk took her to a bench in the park.

He covered her with newspaper.

When she fell asleep, he looked down at her face and admired it.

However, Seongk-kyeong woke up in the cold and Nam Joo-hyuk pushed her in a cart.

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