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[Spoiler] "It's Okay, That's Love" shows a scene from "That Winter, the Wind Blows"

2014/07/24 | Permalink | Source

"It's Okay, That's Love" is showing fragments of Jo In-sung's previous drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows".

On the second episode of the drama, Jang Jae-yeol (Jo In-sung) became Ji Hye-soo's (Gong Hyo-jin) new roommate.

Jang Jae-yeol called his mother Ok-ja (Cha Hwa-yeon) after his radio show. He asked her what she was doing and she was watching TV. The TV screen showed a scene from Jo In-sung's previous drama which was also written by Noh Hee-kyeong and produced by Kim Kyoo-tae.

Ok-ja told him, "She's crying because they broke up" and Jang Jae-yeol said, "She's going to become sexy once she meets an innocent man". He then told his mother that he loved her.

"It's Okay, That's Love" is a romantic comedy drama about Jang Jae-yeol a mystery novelist with a compulsion and Ji Hye-soo a humane psychiatrist.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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