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[Spoiler] 'Falling For Innocence' Jung Kyung-ho and Kim So-yeon first meet as victim and betrayer

2015/04/03 | 1127 views | Permalink | Source

How would Jung Kyung-ho and Kim So-yeon go through to solve the betrayal that have been harboring for 25 years old?

The first episode of JTBC's 'Falling For Innocence' showed the intense first encounter between Kang Min-ho (Jung Kyung-ho) and Kim Soon-jeong (Kim So-yeon).

Kim Soon-jeong treated Kang Min-ho as if he were an intruder and she even pressed the security bell. Although Kim Soon-jeong already knew well why Kang Min-ho came, she said, "Pre-appointment is the number one rule. If you made an appointment, you're in. If you didn't, you're out. It doesn't matter whether you're a president or a homeless person".

Kang Min-ho expressed he would keep an eye on her by pointing eyes with his fingers.

Kang Min-ho rushed out of the meeting room after he had an argument with Kang Hyeon-cheol (Park Young-gyu) and went back to see Kim Soon-jeong again. At the moment, Kang Min-ho could remember Kim Soon-jeong was Assistant Kim's daughter, who had betrayed his father.

Kang Min-ho said, "I couldn't sleep at all when I heard your father passed away. How can he leave just like that. However, this is great. How can't I be glad. Since I got to meet the betrayer's daughter here".

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