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[Spoiler] "Miss. Ripley" Micky Yuchun makes the most romantic propose to Lee Da-hae

2011/06/27 | 1074 views | Permalink | Source

Micky Yuchun proposed romantically to Lee Da-hae.

On the 9th episode of MBC drama "Miss. Ripley" on the 27th showed Song Yoo-hyeon (Micky Yuchun) playing the piano while singing and proposing to Jang Mi-ri (Lee Da-hae).

After her special class in the university, Jang Mi-ri arrived at a church outside the city in the car that Song Yoo-hyeon had sent. As she stepped into the building two puppets greeted her and the walkway was decorated with flowers and candles all the way.

Then video's of Mi-ri and her everyday life started showing on a big screen and Yoo-hyeon's melodic voice flowed out. He sang a loving and sweet song for her and she was soon moved to tears.

After singing, Yoo-hyeon came closer to her and said, "Don't be lonely anymore. I won't let you be". He took out a ring and asked, "Would you marry me?" to which Mi-ri asked "Do you love me for whoever I am?" as if she was feeling guilt but he showed unconditional love for her.

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