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[Spoiler] "Entertainers" Kang Min-hyuk's name gets cleared, but becomes enemies with Ji Sung?

2016/06/01 | Permalink | Source

Kang Min-hyuk's name was cleared of sexual harassment thanks to Ji Sung but it turns out Kang Min-hyuk's brother and Ji Sung are on bad terms.

Sin Seok-ho (Ji Sung) handed an evidence footage of Kim Joo-han (Heo Joon-suk) to the police and cleared Jo Ha-neul's (Kang Min-hyuk) name of sexual harassment.

Jo Ha-neul let go of the people that made him miserable in court.

Jeong Green (Hyeri) was mad about this but she respected his decision.

Jo Ha-neul's freedom allowed for the Entertainers band to shoot commercials and make music, making them popular by the day. Jeong Green and Sin Seok-ho seemed to get along too.

However, Jo Ha-neul's brother Jo Seong-hyeon, Sin Seok-ho and Lee Joon-seok (Jeon No-min) seemed to have a long holding grudge against each other.

Source : www.asiae.co.kr/uhtml...

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