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[Spoiler] "Boy and Girl From the 20th Century" Kim Ji-suk too late

2017/10/31 | 213 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Boy and Girl From the 20th Century", Gong Ji-won (Kim Ji-suk) ran to Sa Jin-jin (Han Ye-seul).

Gong Ji-won was on the phone with a foreign company and was asked to take over National Chemicals, which was a great opporunity. Ji-won sat down to think and mull over the offer, which made him unaware of his cell phone ringing.

He realized later that he'd got a call from Sa Jin-jin and went to meet her. She had been taking to the hospital after drinking a gifted drink from a female fan.

Gong Ji-won told the nurse that he was Sa Jin-jin's guardian. The curtain next to her bed was open and Anthony was (Lee Sang-woo) was sitting next to her.

Gong Ji-won felt something was wrong. Love is all about timing, but he was late and Anthony beat him to it.

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