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[Spoiler] "That Winter, the Wind Blows" Song Hye-kyo refuses Jo In-sung

2013/02/13 | 1616 views | Permalink | Source

Oh Yeong (Song Hye-kyo) rejected Oh Soo (Jo In-sung).

On the second episode of the SBS drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows", Oh Soo pretended to be Oh Yeong's real brother Oh Soo and entered PL Group.

Oh Soo went through the real Oh Soo's things and went to his house. Oh Yeong asked coldly, "You weren't here when I asked for you but why are you here now?"

Oh Soo said, "I apologize for whatever it is" but Oh Yeong said, "There's a reason alright. Money. The father you didn't like is no longer next to me" thinking that he was back for the money.

Oh Soo followed Oh Yeong out and said, "I missed you. Let's talk although I know you're mad at me". Oh Yeong pushed him away and caused a cut on his face with her cane.

Oh Yeong said, "I don't need your love. If you need something, take it and get lost. It won't be easy. Oh Soo replied, "I'll take that as you missed me too".

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