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[Spoiler] "Sly and Single Again" Lee Min-jung is not happy with the duet

2014/03/12 | 977 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Min-jung was surprised at Joo Sang-wook's singing.

On the fifth episode of the MBC drama "Sly and Single Again", Na Ae-ra (Lee Min-jung) was surprised to see Gook Yeo-jin (Kim Gyu-ri) and Cha Jeong-woo (Joo Sang-wook) so friendly with each other.

Cha Jeong-woo and Gook Yeo-jin arrived where their colleagues were having dinner. Na Ae-ra was continuously singing, then had to stop upon their arrival.

Na Ae-ra suggested that he should sing a song, but he was a terrible singer. They exchanged sharp looks at each other as she sat down and he went up on stage.

Gook Yeo-jin set out to help him and they sang Miracle by Lee So-eun. Unlike the past, Cha Jeong-woo sang very well and Na Ae-ra felt weird at the sight of them singing together, making eye contact with each other.

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