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[Spoiler] 'Scholar Who Walks the Night' Jealousy grabs a hold of Lee Yoo-bi crushing hard on Lee Joon-gi

2015/07/16 | Permalink | Source

The 4th episode of MBC's Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Scholar Who Walks the Night' showed Jo Yang-seon (Lee Yoo-bi) having hard time controlling her personal emotion towards (Lee Joon-gi).

Jo Yang-seon received an offer from Kim Seong-yeol to become his bookseller. After much consideration, Jo Yang-seon accepted his offer and worked hard to find Crown Prince Jeonghyeon's journal upon his request.

Jo Yang-seon later recollected the moment that Kim Seong-yeol had hugged Choi Hye-ryeong (Kim So-eun), who he had encountered in a street market. Kim Seong-yeol mistook Choi Hye-ryeong as his fiancé Myeong-hee (Kim So-eun) as the two looked exactly the same. However, Choi Hye-ryeong could not recognize Kim Seong-yeol.

Jo Yang-seon wrote his fiancé's name, Myeong-hee on a piece of paper with a brush. She mumbled "Myeong-hee? Is this what love is like? Even after the person had died, you get to go into meltdown just by looking at someone who looks alike? Is love something that strong?"

Jo Yang-seon later also wrote 'Scholar' and then crossed out the name 'Myeong-hee'. And then she wrote her own name next to 'Scholar'. However, she tried to pull herself together back by crossing all the names on the paper.

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