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[Spoiler] "I Need Romance Season 3" Kim So-yeon and Sung Joon on the ground

2014/01/14 | 916 views | Permalink | Source

On the second episode of the new tvN drama "I Need Romance Season 3", Sin Joo-yeon (Kim So-yeon) went to see her ex-boyfriend Lee Jang-woo (Alex) who had just handed in his resignation and ran into her rival Oh Se-ryeong (Wang Ji-won).

Joo Wan (Sung Joon) and Lee Jang-woo pulled them apart and Sin Joo-yeon went outside in flames.

She mistook Joo Wan's car for Oh Se-ryeong's, then kicked the side mirror and was about to break the other one. Joo Wan was shocked to see this and fell to the ground while trying to stop her. She fell on top of him and they were in an awkward situation.

Joo Wan said, "You're kind of heavy. Do you know how hard my heart was beating? I thought you were going to break my other side mirror".

Joo Wan explained that was his car and said, "Don't we take care of this through insurance?" Sin Joo-yeon was surprised and showed him a cut on her hand saying, "I got this because of you so we're even".

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