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[Spoiler] "My Spring Days" Kam Woo-sung and Choi Soo-young work together

2014/10/01 | Permalink | Source

On the seventh episode of the MBC drama "My Spring Days", Lee Bomi (Choi Soo-young) went for a job interview at Hanurion, which was owned by Kang Dong-ha (Kam Woo-sung).

Kang Dong-ha decided he should stay away from Bomi because he admired her. Then he ended up failing her job interview. Later on, Kang Dong-ha and Kang Dong-wook's (Lee Joon-hyuk) mother Na Hyeon-soon (Kang Bu-ja) failed her as well.

Kang Dong-wook went to his mother and said, "Did you fail her on purpose? I didn't come here to tell you to allow us to get married. She really likes working. I don't want her to see disadvantages because of me. Grant me my wish and just watch her work next to you".

Lee Bomi thought she failed because of her heart transplant and then ended up crying. However, she got a phone call later on saying that she passed. Either Kang Dong-ha or Na Hyeon-soon had changed their mind.

Kang Dong-ha tried to avoid her, but ended up arranging work with her at the same place, then his feelings for her began to grow.

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