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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Sung Yu-ri hugs Park Ki-woong from behind

2016/08/29 | Permalink | Source

On the episode 42 of MBC's Monday & Tuesday drama, "Monster - 2016", Oh Soo-yeon (Sung Yu-ri) hugged Do Geon-woo (Park Ki-woong) from behind.

On this day, when Do Geon-woo proposed to Oh Soo-yeon, she asked, "Are you sure you're not going to regret? You may not be happy to marry me this way".

Do Geon-woo said, "I don't need anything else but you. As far as you're with me, I'm happy enough. Please, can't you be brave just one time for me?". Oh Soo-yeon asked him to give her more time.

While Oh Soo-yeon was agonizing over the decision, Do Choong's dementia was getting worse. Oh Soo-yeon became teary-eyed when watching Do Geon-woo having hard time about Do Choong.

Oh Soo-yeon was watching Do Geon-woo wailing alone on top of the building. She approached him and hugged him from behind. She said, "Let's get engaged before Mr. Chairman passes away. I'm sorry I answered late". Do Geon-woo broke into tears and hugged her.

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