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[Spoiler] 'Remember You' Seo In-guk, Choi Won-young have cold war over Park Bo-gum

2015/08/03 | 1001 views | Permalink | Source

Seo In-guk and Choi Won-young of the twenty year-long bad relationship had cold war over Park Bo-gum.

The 13th episode of KBS 2TV's Monday & Tuesday drama, "Remember You" depicted the conflict between Lee Hyeon (Seo In-guk) and Joon-ho (Choi Won-young).

On this day, Joon-ho visited Seon-ho (Park Bo-gum) in hospital and encountered Lee Hyeon there, who was taking care of Seon-ho. Joon-ho provoked Lee Hyeon by covertly dropping a hint while saying that he had been taking care of Lee Hyeon's tree

The tree that Joon-ho mentioned meant Seon-ho. While Lee Hyeon knew that Joon-ho was actually his enemy Lee Joon-young, he told Joon-ho, "Now I'm here, I'll do it". Joon-ho replied, "It's regrettable to hear that, Mr. Lee Hyeon". Lee Hyeon dismissed the conversation by saying, "I'm not someone who can thank for what's not requested". Seon-ho responded with a short smile.

Meanwhile, Joon-ho had been showing excessive attachment towards Seon-ho claiming Seon-ho's like his family. As Joon-ho's evil hands reached out towards Seon-ho in this episode, an upcoming stormy situation was predicted.

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