'We Got Married' Son Naeun, Cute Jealousy For Taemin?
By Staff Writer | May 12, 2013 03:17 AM EDT
Son Naeun revealed her jealousy.
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The two, who visited their former middle school, took a train down their memory lane by even looking at their school records. The two had graduated from the same middle school, which made their date at the school much more meaningful.
While talking about their school days, Son Naeun revealed cute jealousy. When she asked Taemin if he was popular, Taemin so naturally talked about a happening with his fan. He said, "She was wearing our school uniform so I didn't know she was my fan but she had come to visit me. She was pretty so I called her Venus. She got called to the office later so we went home together."
From the fact that she was pretty to the fact that they went home together, Son Naeun as his wife was not comfortable hearing this story. She said, "Oh, she was pretty?," revealing cute jealousy.
But Taemin seemed to not be able to notice that Son Naeun was jealous and kept talking about Venus.
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