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[Spoiler] "Just Between Lovers" Lee Junho, Won Jin-ah, and Kim Hye-joon Cry for Each Other

2018/01/30 | 344 views | Permalink | Source

On the final episode of the JTBC drama, "Just Between Lovers", Kang-doo (Lee Junho) didn't have much time to live and was admitted to the hospital where his sister Lee Jae-young (Kim Hae-joon) worked.

He cried looking at Lee Jae-young who fell asleep looking after him. He cried to himself, "I can't leave her alone. I can't die. My grandma told me to come slowly".

Jung Yoo-jin (Kang Han-na) visited Kang-doo to give him compensation and an apology that his father never received. Ha Moon-soo had revealed the truth about the case after reading his father's diary.

Lee Kang-doo headed to Lee Jae-young, but she was trying to convince the doctor about Sang-man's (Kim Kang-hyun) liver transplant.

However, Kang-doo held her and said, "You and Sang-man have done enough".

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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