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[Spoiler] "Discovery of Romance" Eric Mun and Jung Yu-mi break up again

2014/09/16 | Permalink | Source

Eric Mun broke up with Jung Yu-mi.

On the tenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Discovery of Romance", Kang Tae-ha (Eric Mun) told Han Yeo-reum (Jung Yu-mi), "I wish to not see you anymore".

Kang Tae-ha revealed his visit to Yeo-reum's father's grave and said, "Your father's well. I went there to tell him I am sorry. I didn't keep the promise about protecting you. If I was with you on the day your father passed away, then you would've told me the truth about his death. I'm sorry I made you like that".

Kang Tae-ha said, "Give Nam Ha-jin the chance I missed. He's the one next to you. Let's not see each other again for real this time. I could never let it go because I didn't know why we broke up and you've always resented me. It's not over if you resent me. Be happy. I mean it".

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