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[Spoiler] "Incarnation of Jealousy" Jo Jung-suk falls for Gong Hyo-jin in a wedding dress

2016/11/02 | Permalink | Source

On the twenty-first episode of the SBS drama "Incarnation of Jealousy", Lee Hwa-sin (Jo Jung-suk) saw Pyo Na-ri (Gong Hyo-jin) in a wedding dress.

Lee Hwa-sin told Pyo Na-ri, "Marry me and bring me some kimchi if you have some". Pyo Na-ri then said, "Must you say them at the same time? Can't I do one thing first?" and gave him some kimchi.

While Lee Hwa-sin waited, Pyo Na-ri wondered if his propose was real or not. Pyo Na-ri wore a wedding dress and got into the elevator with him. Lee Hwa-sin fell for her right away.

Pyo Na-ri explained that she was on her way to the announcer photo shoot on the roof and Lee Hwa-sin pretended like he didn't feel anything. Pyo Na-ri then asked him, "If you're not busy later, would you like to come by and take some new kimchi?"

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