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"Witch's Love" Hyun Woo Angry With Go Soo-hee

2018/08/22 | 429 views | Permalink | Source

The latest episode of the MBN drama "Witch's Love" revealed Jo Aeng-doo's (Go Soo-hee) past.

Kang Cho-hong (Yoon So-hee) told Ma Seong-tae (Hyun Woo) about Jo Aeng-doo's past. She explained that Jo Aeng-doo was like 'A Muse that dominates times.'

"She also had a heated romance with a fraud", she added but she didn't tell him why Jo Aeng-doo broke up with the man she loved.

Kang Cho-hong asked, "Will you be able to remember me? Human's aren't forever". Ma Seong-tae asked why she was asking about something that didn't even happen yet and asked if it was him or her she was unsure about. Kang Cho-hong replied, "I just wish you'd say you'd remember me even when you're old".

In the end, Ma Seong-tae was upset and he said, "I don't know why we even have to even talk about this". Kang Cho-hong tried being cute to loosen him up.

Source : sports.mk.co.kr/view....

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