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[Spoiler] Yeon Woo-jin ignores Song Seung-heon and Shin Se-kyung's relationship

2013/04/25 | 1425 views | Permalink | Source

Yeon Woo-jin pretended he didn't know about Song Seung-heon and Shin Se-kyung.

Jae-hee (Yeon Woo-jin) witnesses Han Tae-sang (Song Seung-heon) and Seo Mi-do (Shin Se-kyung) kiss but pretended that he didn't see.

Han Tae-sang and Seo Mi-do enjoyed a date together and kissed. Jae-hee saw that and was shocked at the unexpected scene. He had also just found out that the reason his brother Chang-hee (Kim Sung-oh) went to prison was to protect Han Tae-sang.

Jae-hee couldn't give up Mi-do.

Mi-do noticed Jae-hee's different attitude towards her. She asked him what was wrong and he said, "Do I look cooler? Nothing's wrong. Maybe it's because I didn't sleep well last night".

Meanwhile, "When A Man's in Love" is a mellow drama about four men and women involved in love starring Song Seung-heon, Shin Se-kyung, Chae Jung-an and Yeon Woo-jin.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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