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[Spoiler] "Risky Romance" Lee Si-young Afraid Happiness Won't Last

2018/09/03 Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Risky Romance", Joo In-ah (Lee Si-young) was going to pay off debts to Han Seung-joo (Ji Hyun-woo) instead of Joo Se-ra (Yoon Joo-hee).

Han Seung-joo expressed his unfavorable feeling for Joo Se-ra and refused to take the money Joo In-ah gave him. After he yelled at her angrily and went into his room, he regretted what he did. Joo In-ah came in soon after and asked Han Seung-joo to talk.

Joo In-ah said, "You have to understand Se-ra. She's going to get better with time. I know I'm dumb sometimes, so I'm happy these days, but also nervous. I'm scared that this happiness is going to disappear. I can't do relationships. I thought I did my best but I always get dumped".

Han Seung-joo told her, "Don't worry. You may dump me but I won't be able to do that". Joo In-ah replied, "Everyone says that at first".

Han Seung-joo made her smile by saying that he would stick to her like a leech.

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