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[Preview] "The Legend of the Blue Sea" Lee Min-ho jealous and upset

2017/01/03 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Min-ho from "The Legend of the Blue Sea" is jealous and upset. He's all pouty and Jun Ji-hyun is wondering why with her eyes wide open.

The stills of the fourteenth episode of the SBS drama "The Legend of the Blue Sea" were released prior to the actual broadcast on the 4th.

Joon-jae is sitting with his back towards Cheong and he looks unfamiliar as his eyes aren't like they usually are; loving and caring towards Cheong. Jun Ji-hyun is wide-eyed and trying to figure out why he's acting the way he is.

He's trying to show her that he's upset. It looks like Cheong is having dinner with his step-brother Heo Chi-hyeon (Lee Ji-hoon-I) and Joon-jae doesn't like that.

This scene calls for jealousy. Joon-jae is fuming with jealousy but he can't express it to Cheong and she doesn't understand what he's thinking.

The fourteenth episode of "The Legend of the Blue Sea" can be seen on the 4th.

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