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[Spoiler] "Familiar Wife" Kang Han-na Furious at Ji Sung for Helping Han Ji-min

2018/08/29 | 272 views | Permalink | Source

Hye-won (Kang Han-na) was furious when she heard Woo-jin's (Han Ji-min) voice recorded on the blackbox of Joo-hyuk's (Ji Sung) car.

She headed straight home and threw the blackbox data chip on Joo-hyuk who was laying in bed.

He asked what was wrong and she asked, "I thought you went to visit your co-worker at her hospital? What was Seo Woo-jin doing with you? I never liked her in the first place".

Joo-hyuk said, "Her mother has Alzheimer's and she disappeared. Woo-jin broke down so I couldn't just leave her there".

Hye-won said, "Being too kind is a disease. Stop being so nosy. What was Jong-hoo (Jang Seung-jo) doing instead of you? Woo-jin's mother called you and called you her son-in-law".

Joo-hyuk tried to explain but Hye-won walked out of the room.

Source : www.sedaily.com/NewsV...

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