Lee Hyun Woo hugs f(x)s Sulli from behind on To The Beautiful You
Lee Hyun Woo expresses his feeling toward f(x)’s Sulli by giving her a hug from behind.
In the episode of SBS TV’s To The Beautiful You that aired on September 5, Eun Gyul (played by Lee Hyun Woo) expresses his feeling toward Jae Hee (played by Sulli).
Eun Gyul gets confused at first because of his feeling toward Jae Hee, who he thinks is a boy. He tries to forget about Jae Hee by seeing his ex-girlfriend Hong Da Hae (played by Nam Ji Hyun). However, Eun Gyul only talks about Jae Hee while seeing Da Hae, and Da Hae says, “I think I’m jealous.” Eun Gyul tries to think that he’s in love with Da Hae, but he only finds out that he cannot forget about Jae Hee.
In addition, Eun Gyul finds the necklace Jae Hee lost in a swimming pool, but he doesn’t give it back to her after hearing that it is a necklace of Tae Jun (played by SHINee’s Minho) because he feels jealous.
He tries to forget about Jae Hee, giving the necklace back to her. However, he finds out that he is still in love with her while looking at her in a laundry room. He quietly comes into the room and gives her a hug from behind, making her surprised.
Viewers are now curious about how Eun Gyul’s love toward Jae Hee will go on.
Source: TV Report
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