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[Spoiler] "Yuna's Street" Kim Ok-bin, Lee Hee-joon and Shin So-yul in a triangle

2014/05/27 | 520 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Ok-bin, Lee Hee-joon and Shin So-yul's relationship might get complicated.

On the third episode of the JTBC drama "Yuna's Street", Han Da-yeong (Shin So-yul) showed interest in Kim Chang-man (Lee Hee-joon) although he seemed to be interested in Kang Yuna (Kim Ok-bin) instead.

Kim Chang-man helped put up wallpaper in Han Da-yeong's house.

Han Da-yeong expressed her interest in him since the time they started choosing wallpapers. She also asked the neighbors what he did for a living, as he even fixed her brother's broken game set and helped her to arrange the house.

However, Kim Chang-man seemed to have feelings for Yuna.

Living in the same house, Yuna warned him to watch out as he'd caused a problem, then he just stared at her and started laughing when she left.

In the preview of the fourth episode, Kim Chang-man treated Yuna who got hurt and they spent the night together.

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