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[Spoiler] "The King of High School Manners" Seo In-guk cries in the rain after quitting ice hockey

2014/07/22 | 609 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest broadcast of "The King of High School Manners", Seo In-guk quit ice hockey and cried in the rain.

Lee Min-seok (Seo In-guk) couldn't continue playing ice hockey because he hurt his shoulder during practice.

Instead of falling into despair, Lee Min-seok gathered his hockey equipment from school without a sound. When his friends showed concern, he smiled and said, "It's alright".

Later Jeong Yoo-ah (Lee Yeol-eum) and friends headed to Lee Min-seok's home to cheer him up but he wasn't there or in the computer room. His cell phone was turned off, too.

Lee Min-seok was running in the school field and his friends couldn't stop him. He said, "I'm going to run a little bit more. Just until I'm about to die".

That night, it started raining and Lee Min-seok slumped to the ground and started crying. He'd spent most of his school life focused on ice hockey and couldn't stop crying thinking about those times.

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