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[Spoiler] 'Warm and Cozy' Yoo Yeon-seok hugs Kang So-ra, "Let me be still yours forever"

2015/06/04 | 1767 views |  | Permalink | Source

Yoo Yeon-seok revealed his ardent love to Kang So-ra.

On the Mune 4th episode of MBC's "Warm and Cozy", Baek Geon-woo (Yoo Yeon-seok) and Lee Jeong-joo (Kang So-ra)'s friendship turned into romance.

On this day, when Mok Ji-won (Seo Yi-an) found out Baek Geon-woo had been thinking that Lee Jeong-joo was a last stage cancer patient, she went to see Lee Jeong-joo and told her, "The reason why he was being nice with you was because he felt bad for you, not because he liked you".

Lee Jeong-joo in great disappointment left the resort early alone and headed to the windmill seashore, the place where the two were going to visit after the party.

Baek Geon-woo later found out that Lee Jeong-joo was not a cancer patient through Mok Ji-won. He also went to the windmill seashore.

When Baek Geon-woo showed up, Lee Jeong-joo said, "Have you been staying next to me because you felt so bad I'm dying of cancer? But I'm sorry. I'm not dying. I'm not sick. You made yourself such a fool. You said you were mine until death". She started crying.

Baek Geon-woo responded nothing had changed. He hugged Lee Jeong-joo tightly and said, "I'm still yours. Let me be yours until you die".

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