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[Spoiler] "I Need Romance 2012" Jung Yu-mi, Lee Jin-wook and Kim Ji-suk's three way romance

2012/08/08 Source

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Lee Jin-wook, Jung Yu-mi and Kim Ji-suk faced each other.

On the tvN drama "I Need Romance 2012" on the 8th, Joo Yeol-mae (Jung Yu-mi) returned to Yoon Seok-hyeon (Lee Jin-wook) after hearing about his hereditary disease.

She told him, "This is me returning to you". However, he denounced her saying, "Are you leaving and coming back on your own?"

Seok-hyeon was just protecting himself from her decision to come back to him and get close. Yeol-mae knew this and held his hands in meaning that she would never leave him again.

Sin Ji-hoon (Kim Ji-suk) witnessed the two holding hands as they came out of the vet's with a skin diseased dog. He looked at her with pain in his eyes and she had to let go of Seok-hyeon's hands.

Still having feelings for Ji-hoon, she had to turn away from him with tears in her eyes.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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