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[Spoiler] "A Thousand Days' Promise" Soo Ae and Kim Rae-won "Remember me today"

2011/11/29 | Permalink | Source

Lee Seo-yeon (Soo Ae) told Park Ji-hyeong (Kim Rae-won), "Remember how I am today".

On the fourteenth episode of SBS drama "A Thousand Days' Promise", Park Ji-hyeong and Lee Seo-yeon went on their honeymoon.

The two went to Jeju Island. It had been a year. Seo-yeon tried to be happy thinking about when they came here during their affair. She then lied to Ji-hyeong that she was tired.

However, inside her head, she was angry at herself, "I want to kill myself and that's how mad I am. What am I doing? What is he doing with me?"

In the room, she dressed up well to go out for dinner. Ji-hyeong said, "I didn't know you were so awe-inspiring". She replied, "I spent a lot on this outfit, for my husband".

He kept taking pictures of her with a camera. She then took pictures of him with the camera. She said, "Remember me as I am tonight. It'll be vain to lose it".

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