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[Spoiler] 'Oh My Ghostess' The one Jo Jung-suk really loved

2015/08/14 Source

On the 13th episode of tvN's weekend drama, 'Oh My Ghostess', Seon-woo (Jo Jung-suk) became to understand Bong-weon (Park Bo-young)'s loneliness.

After Bong-weon revealed about the ghost in her body, there was a cold war between the two. Bong-weon after all left Seon-woo.

Joon (Kwak Si-yang) asked Seon-woo, "You're not going to give up on Bong-weon, are you? Bong-weon has been looking only at you since the beginning. I know it's none of my business, but I hope you two will be happy".

Seon-woo later figured out that Bong-weon was the owner of his favorite blog. He found out about her past at her hometown village. As he learned about her unfortunate story, Seon-woo became to understand her, "You were as lonely as I was".

Seon-woo found Bong-weon and told her, "I'd been watching you and worried about you even before you were possessed. So don't disappear from me. I was going crazy being worried about you". Bong-weon hugged Seon-woo tight responding to his heart.

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