Jealousy Happened Between Sleepy and Lee Guk Joo On 'We Got Married,' Showing A Sparkle Of Love
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Jealousy Happened Between Sleepy and Lee Guk Joo On 'We Got Married,' Showing A Sparkle Of Love

Does love really happening on “We Got Married”? It seems that there can be a sparkle of love in this variety show. In the recent episode, Sleepy found himself a bit jealous of Lee Guk Joo’s male friend.

Sleepy got some attention when he decided to join “We Got Married.” He and comedian Lee Guk Joo have played a role of man and wife in this show. As they have been together for some time, love can happen between them both.

Previously, Sleepy even landed a kiss on Lee Guk Joo. On the episode of Lunar New Year special of “We Got Married,” Sleepy shyly kissed Lee Guk Joo on her cheek. The kiss happened when Bomi and Choi Tae Joon won the game and they wanted Sleepy kissed Lee Guk Joo as the punishment, Soompireported. It seemed that Sleepy was really happy getting his first kiss with his virtual wife.

Another sparkle of love can be seen when Sleepy was once being a part timer in Lee Guk Joo’s restaurant. The rapper got much attention from female customers as well as other female part timers. Seeing Sleepy surrounded with many females, Lee Guk Joo warned him not to flirt with female customers or female part timers, according to a report by Soompi.

Many viewers start to believe that there is some kind of love between Sleepy and Lee Guk Joo. On the recent episode aired on Apr. 15, Sleepy showed his jealousy again towards Lee Guk Joo when the comedian did a photo shoot with his male friend, Jungmo. Sleepy showed his sour face when he mat Jungmo, AllKpopreported.

The viewers get more curious of their relationship in real life. Some Lee Guk Joo’s fans even hope that both will end up dating as Lee Guk Joo’s relationship in the past didn’t end up well. People can see more of their nice interaction on the next episode of “We Got Married.”

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