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[Spoiler] My Heart Shines' Oh Chang-seok struggles to find Nam Bo-ra

2015/04/04 Source

Oh Chang-seok struggled much to find Nam Bo-ra.

On the April 4th episode of SBS' "My Heart Shines", Do-hoon (Oh Chang-seok) struggled to find Soon-jeong (Nam Bo-ra) searching all the possible places he could think of.

Do-hoon went to Soon-jeong's store, but she had closed down the store and had gone disappeared. When Soon-jeong had found out Woon-tak (Bae Soo-bin) had been looking for her, she went to Soon-cheol (Lee Pil-mo)'s house and hid herself there.

Although Do-hoon asked Soon-cheol where Soon-jeong was, he could not find her. Do-hoon decided to wait in front of Soon-cheol's house and he could finally meet Soon-jeong.

While Soon-jeong was running a street stall business, she had to run away to avoid the municipal control over street stalls. She got burned accidentally while she was running away. Do-hoon saw her scars and took her to a hospital nearby.

Do-hoon blamed Soon-cheol while he was watching Soon-jeong getting treatment for the burn.

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