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[Spoiler] "The King of High School Manners" Seo In-guk witnesses Lee Soo-hyuk's confession to Lee Ha-na

2014/07/21 | 625 views | Permalink | Source

The eleventh episode of the tvN drama "The King of High School Manners" showed a love triangle between Jeong Soo-yeong (Lee Ha-na), Lee Min-seok (Seo In-guk) and Yoo Jin-woo (Lee Soo-hyuk).

Jin-woo went to Kang-chon where Soo-yeong was. He hugged her when he saw her and told her to stay still when she tried to push him out. Min-seok watched this from far away.

Jin-woo said, "Don't you know why I am doing this? I was alright with being alone, but I am so lonely with you gone".

He continued, "I am sorry. I shouldn't have been so mean to you. I am sorry, so can you please look at me once again?"

Soo-yeong said, "People are so cunning. I felt weak towards to just a few months ago and I used to think you were my destiny, but someone else is in my heart now after all this time ". Jin-woo said, "I know my timing is very bad, but I want another chance".

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