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"When A Man's In Love" Song Seung-heon is shocked at Shin Se-kyung and Yeon Woo-jin

2013/05/06 | 2943 views | Permalink | Source

Tension surrounds the three people in "When A Man's in Love".

Han Tae-sang (Song Seung-heon), Seo Mi-do (Shin Se-kyung) and Lee Jae-hee (Yeon Woo-jin) have complicated expressions on their faces in the still cut of them.

Lee Jae-hee is holding a bouquet of flowers and Seo Mi-do is looking at him with wet eyes. Han Tae-sang is watching them from behind.

Seo Mi-do was torn between Han Tae-sang and Lee Jae-hee but in the end decided to give up Han Tae-sang. Lee Jae-hee didn't give up on Seo Mi-do and kept approaching her with sincerity. What would Han Tae-sang do when he finds out what's going on between them?

The still cut hints a turning point in the drama.

The production claims, "The relationship between the three will appear this week. Han Tae-sang, the cold and vicious character will find out about them".

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