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[Spoiler] "The Legend of the Blue Sea" Lee Min-ho gets jealous, "Who is that?"

2016/12/07 | 4181 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Min-ho became jealous of Jun Ji-hyun on the seventh episode of the new SBS drama "The Legend of the Blue Sea".

Joon-jae told Sim Cheong he had to check something and asked her to say "I love you". Sim Cheong then asked, "Then are you mine? Do you surrender?"

Joon-jae previous said to her, "To love someone means you lose. You belong to that man. That's love. So you can't tell me you love me because I may be able to use you".

Joon-jae didn't think for a second he was the one who told her that and said, "The person who told you that is a complete fraud. Don't hang out with that guy. Did he treat you nicely?"

Sim Cheong said, "He put me under an umbrella when it rained, held my hand and made me noodles". At night, Joon-jae called Sim Cheong and asked, "I can't sleep because I have to know if you're still meeting that guy. Is he handsome? I'm so mad!"

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