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[Spoiler] "Love Alert" Joo Woo-jae Confesses His Lie and His Love

2018/11/28 | 198 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBN drama "Love Alert", Seong Hoon (Joo Woo-jae) poured out his heart to Yoon Yoo-jeong (Yoon Eun-hye).

Seong Hoon started off by saying, "I've been meaning to tell you, but you've been busy and I've been busy so here I am now. Over the past 10 years, I've thought really hard".

Yoon Yoo-jeong said, "What is it that's making you think so hard? Tell me quickly".

Seong Hoon said, "I don't like men". When they were young, Yoon Yoo-jeong had been afraid of men and Seong Hoon had told her he was 'gay' to make her feel safe.

Yoon Yoo-jeong said, "I didn't know what that meant at the time. When I finally did, I was grateful that you told me that".

Seong Hoon said, "I'm telling you I lied to you. I don't like men. I only said that to be close to you".

Source : sports.mk.co.kr/view....

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