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Wish Kyung Joon and Da Ran be together till the end
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THANK YOU. beautiful MV here. :D
sarahphang5 you are welcome ..
I hope they will,the romantic scenes. Ep 10 ended in a sad way so i wish to see them happy together soon. Thanks,lovestar. You set me in a better mood now,expecting the new preview soon.
i like ep 9 have more happy scenes than 10 ..... don't worry since Da Ran started liking him they will show more romantic scene in the next episodes
notafluke you are welcome
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