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[Spoiler] "Be Proud" Yura cries at sight of Shin So-yul and Yoo Min-kyu living together

2014/10/27 | Permalink | Source

Yura found out about Shin So-yul and Yoo Min-kyu.

On the first and second episode of the SBS plus drama "Be Proud", Hong Hara (Yura) was ripped off of 5 million won and became penniless.

Hong Hara tried to buy clothes from a wholesale dealer at a cheap price but was forced to spend much more by Do Ra-hee (Shin So-yul). Just then Hong Hara got a call from her boyfriend who asked her for 5 million won because he was in trouble.

However, after she sent him the money, he couldn't be reached so she went to his house. Hong Hara met Do Ra-hee once again there. Hong Ha-ra thought she was her boyfriend's sister and was nice to her, but it turned out they were just living together. Hong Hara became livid.

Meanwhile, "Be Proud" is a romance drama about a man and two women running a fashion shopping mall together starring Yura, Shin So-yul and Yoo Min-kyu.

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