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[Spoiler] "Love Alert" Chun Jung-myung and Yoon Eun-hye Reunite

2018/12/12 | 336 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBN drama "Love Alert", Cha Woo-hyeon (Chun Jung-myung) and Yoon Yoo-jeong (Yoon Eun-hye) reunited.

They had to leave each other to protect one another.

However, their romance shows possibility of happening again as he appeared in front of her once more.

Cha Woo-hyeon had to suffer because of his father Cha Tae-soo (Kim Byung-ki) who wants him to be his heir and the brutalities of Kang Hye-joo (Kang Seo-yeon) from Kanghan Group who bullied him and those around him to force him to marry her.

Cha Woo-hyeon couldn't bear to see his loved ones get hurt because of him and chose to stay away from Yoon Yoo-jeong.

While the yearning for one another grew, they finally met again.

Cha Woo-hyeon explained to Yoon Yoo-jeong why he couldn't be with her and she understood.

Source : mbn.mk.co.kr/pages/ne...

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