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[Spoiler] Shin Se-kyung gives up after losing her dream

2013/05/09 | 957 views | Permalink | Source

Seo Mi-do (Shin Se-kyung) misunderstood that Han Tae-sang (Song Seung-heon) was blocking her future on the twelfth episode of the MBC drama "When A Man's in Love".

Seo Mi-do was enjoying the hot spring when she heard that her trip to London had been cancelled and this upset her very much. She asked the staff, "I don't understand, who cancelled it?" but the staff couldn't find out for her. The one who had cancelled the London trip was not Han Tae-sang but Lee Jae-hee's (Yeon Woo-jin) blind date.

Seo Mi-do met with Han Tae-sang and asked, "Were you at Stage Plus? It's turned out like you wanted it to. I won't be accepted. Do you want to get married this weekend? What did you tell them? Did you tell them to fire me? Who would want to hire anyone whose parents or brother comes to the office?"

Han Tae-sang begged, "I will try to ask them again" but Mi-do was upset and said, "It's over now. Do you think this is love? Holding me down next to you? I lose, I'll do whatever you want. We can get married this weekend or not".

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