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[Spoiler] "The Second Last Love" Kim Hee-ae, Ji Jin-hee VS Kwak Si-yang

2016/08/21 Source

Kim Hee-ae is stuck between Ji Jin-hee whom she always quarrels with and Kwak Si-yang.

Min-joo (Kim Hee-ae) and Sang-sik (Ji Jin-hee) made a bond together while running around in the rain. Even later, they couldn't stop thinking about each other.

Sang-sik was being criticized by the village people for giving a privilege to another village. Min-joo tried to defend him but he told her not to because it was his business.

Min-joo experienced an awkward situation. Choon-woo (Moon Hee-kyung) came by her workplace and ordered her to cease all production because one of her actors didn't show up for the festival. However, Sang-sik and Min-joo resolved the problem themselves and they resolved their issues as well.

Min-joo and Joon-woo (Kwak Si-yang) continued to see each other. Joon-woo cooked for Ae-kyeong (Kim Na-young) and Tae-yeon (Seo Jung-yeon) who were visiting Min-joo and told them he liked Min-joo.

Min-joo attempted at doing things she wasn't able to do in the past because she thought she lost her knack of seeing things. She started skate boarding as it was something she'd wanted to do and ran into Joon-woo.

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