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[Spoiler] "Familiar Wife" Ji Sung Shocked by Kang Han-na's Lavish Spending

2018/08/08 | 554 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Familiar Wife', Cha Joo-hyeok (Ji Sung) was very happy in his marriage with Lee Hye-won (Kang Han-na).

Cha Joo-hyeok used his father-in-law's power to help a friend with a loan. His father-in-law had made sure Cha Joo-hyeok's bank didn't lose its clients.

Cha Joo-hyeok's bank colleagues clapped for him saying he married into a swell family and he was very proud of himself. However, he received constant text messages for purchases on his credit card.

Back at home, Cha Joo-hyeok met his wife Lee Hye-won who said she shopped all day because she was depressed. He took a look at one of the items she bought in a shopping bag and asked how something like this could cost 780,000 won. When Lee Hye-won threw away bad food, he thought of his other wife Seo Woo-jin (Han Ji-min), who didn't throw anything away.

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