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[Spoiler] "My Mister" IU to Lee Sun-gyun Bond on a Train

2018/04/11 Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "My Mister", Park Dong-hoon (Lee Sun-kyun) was nice to Lee Ji-an (IU).

They were on the same train going home. Dong-hoon asked Ji-an why she took care of her grandmother. She said her grandmother had no one else but her after her father died and Park Dong-hoon said, "A granddaughter is not obligated to support her grandparents. She can get into the Senior Care Center for free if she doesn't have a child anymore".

Park Dong-hoon told her how she could get more benefits. They parted ways once they got off the train, but Lee Ji-an asked Dong-hoon to buy her dinner. Park Dong-hoon offered to buy her drinks as well, but Ji-an thought he was sympathizing her for living with her grandmother.

However, Dong-hoon didn't think his life was any better than Ji-an's. He asked her to keep the story of Do Joon-young (Kim Young-min) a secret from the office. Dong-hoon said work was hell for him and Ji-an asked, "Should I kill him for you?"

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