This Isn't The First Time For Eunjung To Express Jealousy Towards Uee
By Staff Writer | July 16, 2012 02:51 AM EDT
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On the July 13 broadcast of MBC "We Got Married 3", Lee Jang Woo and Eunjung ate at a vegetable buffet, catching up on each other's lives for the time they had missed out on each other, due to the temporary MBC strike.
Eunjung, recalling that she couldn't be with Lee Jang Woo on his birthday, asked "Was there anyone who celebrated it with you in the filming studio?" To her question, Lee Jang Woo mentioned Uee with whom he MCs a music program with, and commented "Uee was the first one to celebrate it with me," a comment that took the viewers by surprise.
Even in the individual interview, Lee Jang Woo mentioned Uee, saying "Honestly I was a bit stumbled."
But the conversation about Uee between Lee Jang Woo and Eunjung had been broadcasted in a March episode of the show as well. Back then, Eunjung had said, "You seem to be pretty close to Uee lately," hinting jealousy.
Internet users who watched the show commented, "I would be jealous too," "Lee Jang Woo is the problem," and "It's an entertainment show but when she shows jealousy like that, it looks like they really like each other."
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