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[Spoiler] "Me Too, Flower!" Jo Min-ki disses Lee Ji-ah

2011/11/16 | 1196 views | Permalink | Source

Jo Min-ki said Lee Ji-ah's face is too long.

On the third episode of the MBC drama "Me Too, Flower!", Bong-seon received counseling from Tae-hwa (Jo Min-ki).

Therapist Tae-hwa asked Bong-seon, who saw fault in everything, "What is it that you don't like? Face? Personality? Bad habits?"

He then measured the proportion of her face and said, "Ah, it's quite long". Bong-seon replied, "It's not long, it's better than my chin sticking out".

She then was robbed of her bag as she came out of the therapist's office and asked for help from Jae-hee (Yoon Si-yoon), who was waiting for her on his bike.

However, when he caught the thief, it reminded him of his poor days so he decided to let him go, and that caused a conflict with Bong-seon.

"Me Too, Flower!" is romantic comedy project from writer Kim Do-woo from "My Name is Kim Sam-soon" and "Fox, What Are You Doing ??" and producer Ko Dong-soo from "My Wife is a Superwoman".

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