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[Spoiler] "Discovery of Romance" Sung Joon vs. Eric Mun

2014/08/25 | Permalink | Source

Sung Joon and Eric recognized each other as rivals.

On the third episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Discovery of Romance", Han Ye-reum (Jung Yu-mi) had a drink with business partner and ex-boyfriend Kang Tae-ha (Eric Mun) at a bar.

Yeo-reum was chosen by the band to sing a song on stage and she sang "Every Time" by Toy. Tae-ha watched her and felt his heart flutter.

Just then, Yeo-reum's boyfriend Nam Ha-jin (Sung Joon) used GPS on her phone to get to where she was at.

Tae-ha watched Ha-jin's face a thought to himself, "Does he know how special this woman is?" Tae-ha saw love in Ha-jin's eyes and said, "He does. He knows how special she is. I feel it from his eyes".

Ha-jin also watched Tae-ha whose eyes were fixed on Yeo-reum. He realized who he was. He remembered Tae-ha as the guy who played Yeo-reum's blind date and the guy who she spent a night with while drunk.

They saw fire in each others' eyes. Yeo-reum also watched the two of them while singing and felt the blaze.

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