'Love Rain' Jang Keun Suk-Yoona's (SNSD) Love Grows from Tragedy!
By Staff Writer | May 29, 2012 05:22 PM EDT
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From the beginning, Hana and Suh Joon did not rush. The two of them wanted to show respect for their parents' history and took everything between them slowly and patiently. Kim Yun Hee told her daughter Hana, 'It's okay Hana. It's not like we're breaking up. We practically knew I was going to eventually go blind. I was prepared.' After listening to her mother, Hana goes outside the house to call Suh Joon.
When he picks up the phone, he asks her, 'Where are you?'
Hana says 'I'm in the green house' while tearing up.
Suh Joon quickly replies, 'Hold on.' and suddenly hangs up the phone.
Hana believes that Suh Joon is busy as usual and says to herself, 'Always like this,' and expresses her disappointment.
Meanwhile, Suh Joon was running as fast as he could to Hana's place after hearing her shaky voice. He ran until he couldn't breathe. When Suh Joon arrives, he says to Hana 'Just in case you needed me.’
Suh Joon was exactly the one person she needed at that very moment. Hana says, 'I needed you. I was so scared. I can't imagine how my mom feels.' Suh Joon then hugs Hana tightly in his arms and Hana begins to cry. Suh Joon tries to calm her down by telling her that everything is okay which eventually works.
Hana wanted to spend more time with her mother so the two lovers decide to postpone their meeting for another week. When they finally meet however, they greet each other happily by hugging each other tightly.
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