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[Spoiler] "Rosy Lovers" Lee Jang-woo says sorry to Han Sunhwa

2015/01/04 | 911 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Jang-woo was grateful to Han Sunhwa when he found out that she'd helped him.

On the twenty-fourth episode of the MBC weekend drama "Rosy Lovers" Cha-dol (Lee Jang-woo) was betrayed by Hyeong-gi (Kim Min-hyeong). Soo-ryeon (Kim Min-seo) told Jang-mi (Han Sunhwa) about what had happened, then Jang-mi paid for Cha-dol's guarantee.

Lee Yeong-gook (Park Sang-won) helped Cha-dol out of this situation and Cha-dol asked his brother Kang-tae (Han Ji-sang) who had lent him the money. In the end, Kang-tae told him it was Jang-mi.

Kang-tae said, "I didn't think you'd take it if I told you it was from her. If you suffer, so does Cho-rong, therefore I did it for her".

Cha-dol met with Jang-mi and returned her money saying, "I'm sorry and thank you". She told him to take it back for Cho-rong's sake, then he said, "Thanks, but it's the thought that counts".

Meanwhile, Jeng Si-nae (Lee Mi-sook) and Lee Yeong-gook) spent a night out together.

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