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[Spoiler] "Nice Guy" Lee Kwang-soo's sketch book event, Lee Yoo-bi overwhelmed

2012/10/10 | Permalink | Source

Lee Kwang-soo created an overwhelming event.

On the ninth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Nice Guy", Jae-gil (Lee Kwang-soo) prepared a sketch book event to cheer up Choso (Lee Yoo-bi).

Maru (Song Joong-ki) lost the meaning of life when Eun-ki (Moon Chae-won) went missing after a car accident. Choco was then depressed seeing her brother so different as if he had given up on the world.

Jae-gil came to the shop where Choso worked and sent her a message on a sketch book. He wrote, "My father passed away. It's sadder than I thought but I am smiling like I am. So you should stop being angry and smile. He will come back if we trust him". Choco spilled tears at his sincerity.

She ran outside and hugged Jae-gil tight. For the first time, Jae-gil felt his heart pound for her.

Meanwhile, Eun-ki who went missing after the car accident, returned to Maru with memory loss.

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