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[Spoiler] "Night Light" Jung Hae-in and UEE squabble

2016/12/06 | 518 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Hae-in and UEE are showing a green light.

On the sixth episode of the MBC drama "Night Light", Tak (Jung Hae-in) frequently took care of Lee Se-jin (UEE) although she was unaware of it.

They were in the car when Se-jin fell asleep and he blocked the sun that was shining on her face.

He wanted to meet Son Ki-tae (Park Sun-woo) and Son Mari (Lee Ho-jeong) without Se-jin. He told her, "Take a taxi. I have to meet someone. I'm going to see my girlfriend, alright?"

Se-jin found out who he was meeting and got to them first. Ki-tae said, "Let them come speak to me if they have something to say" but UEE made up excuses saying, "My boss is a little busy right now. You're not worth for him to personally see you anyway".

Se-jin told Tak, "Yeah right, girlfriend. Do you have noodles in your head?" Tak asked if she was going to tell the boss and said, "Whatever, I'll take the consequences".

Se-jin then said, "At least I feel better" and Tak said, "Don't be fooled. I didn't do it for you".

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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