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One summer night, Cha-kyung dies by a car accident, leaving her boy friend Hyuk-geun behind in the greatest sorrow. One year since she died, Hyuk-geun is still waiting for Cha-kyung to come...... (Full plot summary below)

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One summer night, Cha-kyung dies by a car accident, leaving her boy friend Hyuk-geun behind in the greatest sorrow. One year since she died, Hyuk-geun is still waiting for Cha-kyung to come...

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