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[Spoiler] "When A Man's In Love" Shin Se-kyung saves Song Seung-heon

2013/05/30 | 937 views | Permalink | Source

Shin Se-kyung saved the life of Song Seung-heon who was in danger. Did she finally realize love for him?

On the eighteenth episode of the MBC drama "When A Man's in Love", Seo Mi-do (Shin Se-kyung) was at Han Tae-sang's (Song Seung-heon) construction site and saved him from a falling construction material.

Mi-do was anxious about Lee Jae-hee (Yeon Woo-jin) who kept being hostile because of his misunderstanding about Han Tae-sang. Mi-do had gone to the construction site to warn Han when she saw that he was about to be in danger. She pushed him out of the way but fell unconscious due to the shock.

Mi-do parted with Han Tae-sang as she didn't believe his love and Lee Jae-hee. She was even careful of Han Tae-sang because she thought he was trying to kill her.

Meanwhile, "When A Man's in Love" is a traditional mellow drama surrounding the romance between men and women".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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