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[Spoiler] "While You Were Sleeping - 2017" Jung Hae-in takes his shirt off

2017/10/18 | Permalink | Source

Lee Jong-suk stiffened up when Jung Hae-in took his shirt off.

On the latest episodes of the SBS drama "While You Were Sleeping - 2017", Han Woo-tak (Jung Hae-in) got out of the hospital.

He was stabbed by Kang Dae-hee (Kang Ki-young) trying to save Nam Hong-joo (Suzy). Jeong Jae-chan (Lee Jong-suk) was there the day Woo-tak got out of the hospital. Han Woo-tak was changing clothes when Jeong Jae-chan said, "Nice body".

Han Woo-tak said, "All cops have some muscle" and Jeong Jae-chan replied, "Not the lieutenant who you are with". Nam Hong-joo came by the room just then and Jeong Jae-chan quickly covered Han Woo-tak.

Nam Hong-joo said, "I want to see, too", and Jeong Jae-chan kept her from looking. Seeing that Nam Hong-joo was interested in Woo-tak's shirtless body, Jae-chan tensed up and it looked like he was jealous.

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