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[Spoiler] 'Who Are You - School 2015' Yook Sung-jae skips class to show his heart to Kim So-hyun

2015/05/12 Source

On the 6th episode of KBS 2TV "Who Are You - School 2015', Gong Tae-kwang (Yook Sung-jae) skipped a class for Go Eun-byeol (Kim So-hyun).

When Gong Tae-kwang saw Go Eun-byeol was being threatened by Kang So-yeong (Jo Soo-hyang) repeatedly, he changed his mind to withdraw himself from school and decided to stay in the school to protect her. Later, there was a rumor going around that Kang So-yeong was forced to transfer from the previous school because a student committed suicide being bullied by her.

Kang So-yeong suspected the origin of the rumor should be Gong Tae-kwang. She told him"Is it you who spread the strange rumor about me. It's only you and Go Eun-byeol who used to know about it. Or is it Lee Eun-bi, who's pretending Go Eun-byeol? I'm going to have her handwriting appraised. Wouldn't it be fair both sides should be revealed as you said?"

Gong Tae-kwang got worried. He grabbed Go Eun-byeol's hand, as soon as she arrived at the school and went on a random bus with her. Gong Tae-kwang told Go Eun-byeol, "Shouldn't there be at least one person? Someone who can call you by your real name?". He was confessing his love to her sneakily.

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