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[Spoiler] "Just Between Lovers" Won Jin-ah and Lee Kang-doo Are Finally Together

2018/01/16 | 316 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the JTBC drama "Just Between Lovers", Lee Kang-doo (Lee Junho) who had pushed Ha Moon-soo (Won Jin-ah) away finally confessed his feelings.

Kang-doo held her hand and said, "It's nothing after all, happiness".

Kang-doo signed a contract with Jung Yoo-taek (Tae In-ho) and told Seo Joo-won (Lee Gi-woo) that he'd go back to work. Kang-doo said, "I didn't think I'd become as half as good as you, but I think I can be a good person to at least one person, so I'm willing to try".

Moon-soo asked Kang-doo what day it was as he was dressed up and he said, "It's the day I'm reborn as a social person. Congratulate me". They kissed in Moon-soo's room.

Meanwhile, Kang-doo handed Moon-soo a construction plot his father had worked on and Moon-soo's mother Yoon Ok (Yoon Yoo-sun) saw them together.

Source : sports.mk.co.kr/view....

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