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[Spoiler] "Lee Soon-sin is the Best" IU becomes a loner

2013/05/05 Source

IU was framed and was bullied by the other trainees.

On the eighteenth episode of the KBS 2TV weekend drama "Lee Soon-sin is the Best", Lee Soon-shin (IU) became the girl who seduced Sin Joon-ho (Jo Jung-suk).

She was bullied by the other trainees in the studio for an unknown reason. They looked her up and down and said, "Is it her? Lee Soon-sin? She's beyond believable".

While Lee Soon-sin didn't know what to make of this, her stylist friend Park Chan-mi (Lee Seul-bi) heard some surprising news. Rumors had it that Lee Soon-sin seduced CEO of her agency, Sin Joon-ho. Lee Soon-sin was terrified.

This was all done by Song Mi-ryeong (Lee Mi-sook). She was doing all she could with Choi Yeon-ah (Kim Yoon-seo) to stop Lee Soon-sin from debuting as she was the dead Lee Chang-hoon's (Jung Dong-hwan) daughter.

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