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[Spoiler] "Longing Heart" Lee Yeol-eum Confesses the Identity of her Real First Love

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On the latest episode of the OCN drama "Longing Heart", it was time for Sin-woo (Seo Ji-hoon) to leave when he finally heard what Han Ji-soo (Lee Yeol-eum) was thinking.

Small Sin-woo went on a date with Han Ji-soo before he had to go back to the past. He told her he couldn't tell his first love that he liked her. Han Ji-soo said, "So did I".

Sin-woo asked if her first love was her school teacher and she said, "No, my first love was my friend. His name was Kang Sin-woo". Sin-woo hugged her in gladness.

Han Ji-soo had tears in her eyes as Sin-woo looked exactly like the Sin-woo in her memories. She handed him an umbrella and said, "It rained when I said goodbye to him. I always remember him wet in the rain and that hurt me".

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