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[Spoiler] "Empire of Gold", Go Soo didn't forget about Jang Shin-young

2013/08/20 | Permalink | Source

Go Soo still hadn't forgotten about Jang Shin-young.

On the sixteenth episode of the SBS drama "Empire of Gold", Jang Tae-joo (Go Soo) plotted a way to get rid of Han Jeong-hee (Kim Mi-sook) and Choi Min-jae (Son Hyun-joo) with Choi Seo-yoon (Lee Yo-won).

Their planned worked but Jang Tae-joo was still thinking about Yoon Seol-hee (Jang Shin-young) who was in prison for his murder.

Yoon Seol-hee prepared a cake via Na Choon-ho (Kim Kang-hyeon) on Jang Tae-joo's birthday. Jo Pil-doo (Ryu Seung-soo) saw this and said, "It's rare for someone in prison to prepare a cake for someone on the other side although I've seen it happen the other way round".

Jang Tae-joo smiled and said, "I think Seol-hee is the only one I want to smile with".

Jang Tae-joo wasn't over Seol-hee. Being greedy enough for Sung Jin Group to marry Choi Seo-yoon, how is Jang going to meet Seol-hee again?

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