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[Spoiler] 'Oh Hae-Young Again' Eric Mun starts seeing Seo Hyun-jin's future

2016/05/02 Source

On the episode 1 of tvN's Monday & Tuesday drama, "Oh Hae-Young Again", Park Do-kyeong (Eric Mun) started seeing Oh Hae-young (Seo Hyun-jin)'s future.

On this day, Park Do-kyeong could foretell that a signage would fall down on Lee Jin-sang (Kim Ji-suk)'s car. Park Do-kyeong told him, "Park your car somewhere else. I don't feel good about this".

However, Park Do-kyeong grabbed Lee Jin-sang quickly as he was about to get into his car to park his car somewhere else. Lee Jin-sang was complaining, "What? Why do you keep changing your mind?" A signage from above fell down on his car at the moment.

Park Do-kyeong realized he happened to possess new ability to see future. Also, he started seeing Oh Hae-young's future.

When Park Do-kyeong came across Oh Hae-young on a street, he could recognize her at a glance. The strange vibe between the two added tension to the drama.

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