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WATCH: A Fan Made A Music Video Of Moira's 'Paubaya' Using 'Start-Up' Clips And We Just Can't

'Ako yung nauna, pero siya ang wakas.'

WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for Start-Up

Everyone's in love with second lead "Good Boy" Han Ji Pyeong in Netflix's new K-drama Start-Up! And while we absolutely love the series' official OST, fans pointed out that there's one OPM song that's absolutely perfect for our new fave actor Kim Seon Ho's storyline. 


Remember when Reply 1988 fans thought the Ben&Ben song "Lifetime" was a good fit for Jung Hwan and Deok Sun's story? This time, we're focusing on Moira Dela Torre's new single "Paubaya." It's told through the perspective of someone who's given everything for a loved one but eventually has to let him go because he's happier with someone else. The song's most painful lyrics include "Ba't 'di ko naisip na merong hanggan/Ako yung nauna, pero siya ang wakas," and "At kung masaya ka sa piling niya/Hindi ko na ipipilit pa/Ang tanging hiling ko lang sa kanya/'Wag kang paluhain, at alagaan ka niya." Sounds familiar?!

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In Start-Up, a young Seo Dal Mi (Bae Suzy) exchanges love letters with "Nam Do San," a pseudonym used by Han Ji Pyeong (Kim Seon Ho). Dal Mi is struggling, but she finds strength through Nam Do San's letters. Many years later, Ji Pyeong asks the ~*real*~ Nam Do San (Nam Joo Hyuk) to meet Dal Mi and pretend to be her first love for one night. It doesn't last for just one night, though! Ji Pyeong continues to make Dal Mi happy from the sidelines while she falls in love with Do San. OUCH.

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"Team Ji Pyeong, let's cry together," one fan wrote on Twitter. A fan account called OppaAcademy even made a "Paubaya" music video with clips from the show! Watch it below: 

Here's another ~equally painful~ version: 

To be fair, we're only halfway through the drama and A LOT of things could still happen to our fave characters. Stay tuned for updates! 

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New episodes of Start-Up are available on Netflix every Saturday and Sunday night at 9:30 p.m.


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