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[Spoiler] 'Sensible Love' Uhm Tae-woong and Lee Soo-hyuk share pain as rivals in love

2015/01/19 | Permalink | Source

The rivals in love, Uhm Tae-woong and Lee Soo-hyuk became close to each other sharing their common pain. On the 15th episode of tvN drama, 'Sensible Love', Hee-tae (Uhm Tae-woong) was confused to find himself associated with Joon (Lee Soo-hyuk) due to an unexpected incident.

Mrs. Go (Lee Young-ran) was diagnosed with dementia. Affected by the disease, she lost her memory about her husband, Min-ho (Im Ha-ryong). To make things worse, she went to Joon and called him Mister Jang and started to treat him closely because she mistook Joon for Min-ho

As this happened, Hee-tae asked Joon to take care of Mrs. Go. Joon showed empathy saying, "I also went through a similar situation". His grandfather also suffered from a serious case of dementia and could not recognize him.

As Joon asked "Why does she think I am Mister Jang?" Hee-tae said "I wanted to ask the question as well. You don't look like him at all. In fact, the images are completely opposite".

Hee-tae was deeply perplexed; thinking such a situation where he became associated with Joon was a sort of mockery given by god. The preview of the next episode showed Hee-tae sending Il-ri to Joon to take care of Mrs. Go, which will bring a change to their triangle love relationship.

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