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[Spoiler] "Wild Romance" Lee Si-young starts working as Jessica's bodyguard?

2012/02/02 Source

It looks like actress Lee Si-young is going to be Jessica's bodyguard.

On the latest episode of KBS 2 drama "Wild Romance", aired on the February 2nd, Moo-yeol (Lee Dong-wook) felt emptiness after Eun-jae (Lee Si-young) quit without even saying anything and complained to Dong-soo (Oh Man-seok).

Jong-hee (Jessica) fainted on this day as her favorite pet cat Short died. She had let the cat out in the corridor to clean the house but it disappeared and returned dead in a box.

Moo-yeol was worried about sensitive Jong-hee. However, he couldn't skip baseball training as well. He went to find Eun-jae, whom he threatened never to see again, and asked her to be Jong-hee's bodyguard.

The final scene of this drama was Moo-yeol waiting for Eun-jae outside her home for a long time and asked her to bodyguard Jong-hee when she came in. Therefore this final scene foresaw Eun-jae becoming Jong-hee's bodyguard and causing more tension to this already complicated three-way relationship.

Meanwhile, Tae-han (Kang Dong-ho) also confessed his love to Dong-ah (Im Joo-eun) on this episode.

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