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[Spoiler] 'Assembly' Song Yoon-ah reveals her emotion towards Jung Jae-young, "You're the best"

2015/08/27 | 404 views | Permalink | Source

Song Yoon-ah revealed her true heart towards Jung Jae-young over drinks.

On the 14th episode of KBS 2TV's Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Assembly", Choi Inkyeong (Song Yoon-ah) had drinks with Jin Sang-pil (Jung Jae-young).

On this day, Choi Inkyeong was deeply disappointed with Baek Do-hyeon (Jang Hyun-sung), and Jo Woong-gyu (Choi Jin-ho), who changed a lot in the way they practice politics.

Jin Sang-pil could not help but invite her to have drinks with him. Although Choi Inkyeong first said she would not come and drink. But once she had the first glass, she kept drinking. Jin Sang-pil gave her a lift and brought her to her home.

Choi Inkyeong being drunk made a fuss shouting for a while on a driveway in her neighborhood. And she finally said, "Can I ignore the hierarchy between you and me and tell you one thing". Choi Inkyeong with tears in her eyes told him, "Jin Sang-pil , you're the ugliest, poorest, uneducated and yes, you're like that among all those I've been working for. But you're still the best". Jin Sang-pil responded, "You're the best as well" and then he smiled.

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