‘Woori the Virgin’ Episode 4 Recap: Im Soo Hyang and Shin Dong Wook Confirm Their Feelings for Each Other

Woori the Virgin episode 4
Woori the Virgin episode 4
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In episode 4 of SBS’ Woori the Virgin, Im Soo Hyang and Shin Dong Wook confirmed their feelings for each other.

Episode 4 begins with Oh Woo Ri (played by Im Soo Hyang) bitterly regretting having kept her virginity throughout her entire life in front of Lee Kang Jae (Shin Dong Wook). While carrying out their conversation, she sees Kang Jae’s Adam’s apple bobbing up and down and suddenly feels sexually attracted to him. After finding herself unwittingly touching his thighs, Woo Ri realizes that she has feelings for him and tries everything to get his attention. She wears her perfume and lets her hair down to get his attention. However, she feels frustrated as he doesn’t seem interested in her as much as she wants him to be. She eventually decides to speak to Kang Jae about how she feels about him.

The two eventually plan for an overnight trip, and they nervously enter the hotel they booked for the night. However, their date night gets ruined by the constant phone calls they get and a malfunctioned fire alarm. Despite their unsatisfactory date night, Kang Jae proposes to his sweetheart Woo Ri, saying, “Although things did not go to our plan, I wish to stay with you forever,” telling his wish to marry her after she gives birth to Raphael’s child. The couple then walks out of the hotel with a full-beam smile.

Meanwhile, Raphael (Sung Hoon), who remembered his kiss with Woori in the past, starts to believe that he has found his fateful love. Raphael tells Lee Ma Ri (Hong Ji Yoon) to divorce him after spotting her having an affair.

At the end of the episode, he tells Woo Ri and her family that he will get divorced from his wife as Kang Jae gets alerted by his announcement.

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