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[Spoiler] "While You Were Sleeping - 2017" Jung Hae-in's secret

2017/11/02 | Permalink | Source

Jung Hae-in has a secret.

On the latest epi.sode of "While You Were Sleeping - 2017", Han Woo-tak (Jung Hae-in) couldn't distinguish between red and green

Nam Hong-joo (Suzy) had dropped her battery in his car and told him she would get it next time. Han Woo-tak found it and called her saying, "I found the battery you dropped, the red one".

Nam Hong-joo seemed taken back. The battery wasn't red, but it was green. She'd heard Do Hak-yeong (Baek Sung-hyun) tell her about Han Woo-tak's secret, but she was pretending not to know. He couldn't differentiate between red and green.

At the end of the episode, Han Woo-tak's fellow officer Cha Yeo-jeong (Pyo Yeo-jin) asked him how long the walkie-talkies have been charging and he avoided the question by asking when she started charging them.

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