'We Got Married' Lee Jang Woo and Eunjung, Back to Camping Car "I'll Buy You a House When I Get Paid for Drama"
By Staff Writer | July 21, 2012 09:51 PM EDT
Lee Jang Woo and Eunjung returned to their camping car living.
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On this day, Lee Jang Woo waited for his wife to return after her schedule. But Eunjung felt the depressed mood of Lee Jang Woo when she came, knowing something bad had happened.
Eunjung asked, "What happened?," and Lee Jang Woo replied "Something really bad." In front of them was a camping car, and Eunjung said, "No way."
Lee Jang Woo said, "I prepared the camping car with the intention of going back to the feelings of beggining of our marriage," but Eunjung could not hide her disappointment.
Lee Jang Woo said, "It was my fault for not taking the responsibility. Our contract was over, and I couldn't find a house in time."
Lee Jang Woo told Eunjung, "I'm filming for a drama right now. I'll buy you a house when I get paid for that."
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