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[Spoiler] "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" Lee Jung-jin and Eugene go to work together

2013/03/03 | Permalink | Source

Lee Jung-jin made Eugene pass into his company.

On the episode of the MBC drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance", Se-yoon (Lee Jung-jin) recommended Chae-won (Eugene) as his company's nutritionist.

Chae-won got a call from the company asking her to come in for an interview and she had hope again. Se-yoon was hidden from behind while watching her interview.

As her interview took some time, he worryingly said, "I think we should limit the interview time per person. She's going to get sick of this interview". He appeared in front of her as she was coming out and asked her to buy coffee for getting her a job.

In the end, Chae-won was chosen, thanks to Se-yoon's support -- she called to thank him, not knowing the truth. They met on the way to work and went in together.

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