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[Spoiler] "I Love Italy" Kim Ki-bum cries

2012/07/09 Source

Ki-beom cried at the fact that he couldn't be Park Ye-jin's man.

On the thirteenth episode of the tvN drama "I Love Italy", Geum Eun-dong (Kim Ki-bum) who's lived as Hwang Min-soo found out that swimming coach Hwang Min-gook's (Jang Seo-won) brother Hwang Min-soo was a dead person and fell into despair.

Not knowing anything, Geum Eun-dong got into a fight with Choi Seung-jae (Yang Jin-woo).

Angered, Choi said, "You are dead. How is a dead guy next to Lee Tae-ri?"

Realizing what was going on later, Geum found Hwang Min-gook and asked, "If the real Hwang Min-soo was on a journey never to return, why didn't you tell me about it?"

He yelled, "Why did you let Lee Tae-ri love a dead guy?"

Deep in sadness about not being able to be with her anymore, he sat down on a park bench and said to himself, "I'm sorry. I don't think I can be your man Hwang Min-soo".

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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