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[Spoiler] "Wild Romance" Lee Si-young tells Lee Dong-wook "I like you"

2012/01/26 | 2032 views | Permalink | Source

KBS 2 drama "Wild Romance" started unraveling its romance.

On the January 26th episode of "Wild Romance", Eun-jae (Lee Si-young) confessed her love to Moo-yeol (Lee Dong-wook).

Eun-jae tried to become more feminine and attempted to change her hairstyle and such, but Moo-yeol's attention was always focused on Jong-hee.

Eun-jae's jealousy grew as the two got closer and closer.

She eventually tells Moo-yeol, "I don't know what went wrong where, but I like you. If there is destiny, it's you". Moo-yeol couldn't help but be surprised.

It seems like the romance between Lee Dong-wook, Jessica and Lee Si-young is going to become more interesting.

Meanwhile, the great effort expended by Jessica, from the girl group Girls' Generation, makes it hard to believe it's her first time acting.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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