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[Spoiler] "Tomorrow With You" Lee Je-hoon and Sin Min-ah, destined to break up?

2017/02/20 | 1042 views | Permalink | Source

tvN drama "Tomorrow With You" left questions only.

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Tomorrow With You", So-joon heard that he will disappear in the future. He looked for the time he disappears and in the end he found out it was at the end of November.

So-joon promised his friend to meet on the 3rd of December in Ki-doong's house. On the day of, Ki-doong from the future told So-joon, "You didn't disappear. You just broke up with Ma-rin and went abroad. You weren't on good terms during the whole marriage so you should go back to the present and break up with her".

So-joon lost his timing to go back and spends a night in the future. Ma-rin felt upset about So-joon spending a night out and not being honest with her.

Meanwhile, "Tomorrow With You" is a romantic drama about a time traveler and his wife Song Ma-rin.

Source : tenasia.hankyung.com/...

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