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[Spoiler] "You're Too Much" Uhm Jung-hwa refuses Jun Kwang-ryul

2017/08/27 | 329 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "You're Too Much", Park Seong-hwan (Jun Kwang-ryul) told Yoo Ji-na (Uhm Jung-hwa) how he felt about her.

Yoo Ji-na replied, "Thanks, but I want to live the rest of my life a different way, a way that can heal me. I want to look back on the people who were hurt by me and use that as a time to heal myself".

Park Seong-hwan said, "You're still too young to let everything go". But Ji-na said, "I'm not letting go. I'm meeting myself before it's too late. I want to be light and free".

"Living as singer Yoo Ji-na made me shake in fear of having people look at me when I go outside and I've had enough. I want to leave the country to a place where no one recognizes me and open up a café. I'm going to sing there".

Park Seong-hwan and Yoo Ji-na said goodbye and left each other.

Source : sports.donga.com/3/al...

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