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"That Man Oh Soo" Lee Jong-hyun's Happy Childhood

2018/04/03 Source

Young Oh Soo (Seo Eun-yool) and grown Oh Soo (Lee Jong-hyun) are quite different from each other.

On the episode of "That Man Oh Soo" on the 2nd, Oh Soo told Yoo-ri (Kim So-eun) about his past. His mistake had led to his parents' death.

Oh Soo has had nightmares for a long time; a young Oh Soo would give someone a drink and his father (Won Ki-joon) would come running, crying out. The nightmares seemed to be a message.

The pictures of young and grown Oh Soo are quite different. The young Oh Soo has cute hair and is as happy as can be with some of his teeth missing while grown Oh Soo wears a dark expression on his face.

On the other hand, the older Oh Soo has sharper eyes and is glaring towards a direction. He looks cold and rational. His expression is the one of someone who has been through many hardships.

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