“We Got Married” Sloppy Drama Develops “Do You Want To Switch Couples?”
By Staff Writer | October 06, 2012 10:58 AM EDT
A sloppy drama was developed on "We Got Married."
On the MBC program "We Got Married" that aired on Saturday, Lee Joon and Oh Yeon Seo couple and Kwang Hee and Sun Hwa couple were seen making a sloppy drama story through their jealousy.
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Han Sun Hwa said, "actually, there are a lot of rumors. They said that I look good with Lee Joon oppa, and the netizens thought he was my husband. I didn't even ask. I just thought that were were a couple."
Lee Joon said, "when did I say that? You're making me go crazy." Han Sun Hwa said, "you said that to me oppa. That we should date." Kwang Hee said, "why are you doing that? It's already over. If Shi Wan comes, she goes crazy, if a guy comes, she just goes crazy," and made people laugh.
Han Sun Hwa said, "I was worried for this couple since the beginning. That we would have troubles between us. Isn't possible that we would look at each other?" Her statement shocked Oh Yeon Seo. Kwang Hee said to Oh Yeon Seo, "look at my eyes," and made people laugh.
Oh Yeon Seo said, "do you want to change couples?" She asked Lee Joon, "do you like Sun Hwa?" Lee Joon denied it, and Sun Hwa was upset. Kwang Hee grew angry and said, "I like you more than Oh Yeon Seo."
The panelists said, "this seems like a ridiculous drama," and had fun watching it.
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