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[Spoiler] "Let's Eat - Season 3" An Woo-yeon Confesses to Lee Joo-woo

2018/08/20 | 296 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Let's Eat - Season 3", Seon Woo-seon (An Woo-yeon) missed Lee Seo-yeon (Lee Joo-woo).

Seon Woo-seon was having a hard time thinking about Lee Seo-yeon at home until a call from her asking him to meet her elated him.

They met in a café and Lee Seo-yeon gave an envelope of 200 million won to Seon Woo-seon. He asked where she got the money, but she didn't reply.

Lee Seo-yeon asked why he helped her and if he liked her. Seon Woo-seon told her, "That's right. I like you".

Lee Seo-yeon told him, "We're not meant to be". However, Seon Woo-seon pleaded, "I know you don't like me, but I'll be better".

Lee Seo-yeon said, "See? This is where you can see how young you are. You don't understand. I'm a divorced woman. Don't make the wrong choice. I know you're going to regret it". She left the café.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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