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[Spoiler] "The King of High School Manners" Seo In-guk falls for Lee Ha-na

2014/06/30 | 810 views | Permalink | Source

Seo In-guk fell for Lee Ha-na.

On the fifth episode of the tvN drama "The King of High School Manners", Lee Min-seok (Seo In-guk) who is working as the director of HQ on behalf of his brother Lee Hyung-suk, started showing his feelings for Jung Soo-young (Lee Ha-na) who was fired after her contract was over.

Soo-yeong started working at a convenient store and Lee Min-seok texted her, "Why do you like him? You are ignoring me. Hey, lady". He then called her but she didn't pick up.

Lee Min-seok saw this and said, "Pick up. Why don't you pick up and respond to me texts or calls?" He then went inside to see her and said, "How have you been?" and she replied, "I've been well. I eat, sleep, and everything else".

Lee Min-seok asked what she was going to do now and she said, "I got a really good job somewhere, but that's my business and it takes care of my needs. Don't worry about it".

Min-seok followed Soo-yeong to her workplace and helped her move some heavy boxes.

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