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[Spoiler] "Wild Romance" Lee Dong-wook quarrels with Lee Si-young

2012/01/11 | 1134 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Dong-wook and Lee Si-young quarreled.

On the third episode of KBS 2TV drama "Wild Romance" on January 11th, Moo-yeol (Lee Dong-wook) quarreled with his bodyguard Eun-jae (Lee Si-young).

While they were in the car, they got to talk about an incident involving a rival fan and a flask.

This was because Eun-jae asked Moo-yeol if there was any girl he had betrayed, shoving in his face the letter sent by the criminal who put methanol in the flask he drank from.

He said there wasn't anyone like that but he knew someone who was weird and with many problems, and that was Eun-jae.

She looked at him with fierce eyes and he told her, "You are not a woman to me. Or did you want me to see you as one?" and started laughing.

Meanwhile, Eun-jae suspected Moo-yeol and Dong-soo's (Oh Man-seok) wife Soo-yeong (Hwang Sun-hee) to be having an affair.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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