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[Spoiler] "Feel Good to Die" Kang Ji-hwan's Comical Act

2018/11/29 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Feel Good To Die", Baek Jin-sang (Kang Ji-hwan) misunderstood that Lee Roo-da (Baek Jin-hee) liked him and appeared very snobbish.

Baek Jin-sang started opening up to Lee Roo-da as she helped him. Whenever she scolded him, he thought, "She was worried about me". After work, he wondered if he should have driven her home as it was late.

Baek Jin-sang thought Lee Roo-da wanted to be alone with him, so he took her out to the traditional market. He made her do things, but smiled behind her back, which viewers commented that they enjoyed.

However, Lee Roo-da wasn't thinking what he was thinking. She wasn't helping him out of caring. She was only supporting him because she saw potential in him. She felt disgusted when she saw him smile.

Meanwhile, Kang Joon-ho (Gong Myung) revealed to Lee Roo-da the sadness he hid behind the fancy life he had. He has begun to feel protective of her.

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