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[Spoiler] 'Shine or Go Crazy' Oh Yeon-seo becomes tearful as she confirms Jang Hyuk still carries the token of their love with him

2015/01/27 | Permalink | Source

Oh Yeon-seo tried to hold back her tears as she confirmed Jang Hyuk still carried the token of their love with him.

On the January 27th episode of MBC drama, 'Shine or Go Crazy', if showed Sin-yul (Oh Yeon-seo) noticed the token of their love Wang so (Jang Hyuk) was still wearing.

Sin-yul felt sad by the fact Wang so could not recognize her. However, she found out Wang so was still wearing the token of their love and said, trying to hold her tears back, "He has not forgotten about me yet".

Wang so later went to see Sin-yul as he learned his secret project was related to Sin-yul's Chyeong-hae trading company. Because Wang so yelled at Sin-yul previously, "Let's not see each other again", he pretended he was drunk when he came to see her. Wang so insisted saying, "Buy me" and then "Please let me work for the company".

As Sin-yul felt it was absurd, she grumbled, "What is this about again", while the two showed a perfect chemistry bickering at each other. It seems that Sin-yul and Wang so will become closer later on.

'Shine or Go Crazy' is a romantic period drama that depicts love between a cursed prince in Goryeo and an abandoned princess.

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