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[Spoiler] "Where Stars Land" Lee Je-hoon and Chae Soo-bin's Growing Love

2018/11/20 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Where Stars Land", Lee Soo-yeon (Lee Je-hoon) and Han Yeo-reum (Chae Soo-bin) grew fonder of each other.

Lee Soo-yeon was surrounded by Jo's (Yoon Joo-man) men, but managed to escape. Jo was amazed at his superhuman strength.

Meanwhile, Ko Eun-seop (Ro Woon) confessed his love for Han Yeo-reum, but she rejected him and said, "He's the only guy for me".

Han Yeo-reum ran into Lee Soo-yeon who was hurt. She wanted to take him to the hospital, but he held her hand and called her name.

He said, "I'm all right, so come here". They went to his house and treated his wounds.

Lee Soo-yeon said, "I'm sorry I got angry at you and left". She said, "It's all right. We are a couple and that's what couples do".

Lee Soo-yeon looked at her lovingly and asked her to stay the night. However, she said goodnight and left.

Source : sbsfune.sbs.co.kr/new...

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