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[Spoiler] "Glory Jane" Cheon Jeong-myeong and Lee Jang-woo

2011/10/27 | Permalink | Source

"Glory Jane" showed signs of turning from a baseball drama into a company drama.

In the episode of KBS drama "Glory Jane" on October 27th, Seo In-woo (Lee Jang-woo) announced retirement from the baseball team and looked like he was going to work in "The Great Trading Firm" with Kim Young-gwang (Cheong Jeong-myeong).

Number four hitter In-woo and second stringer Young-gwang had to quit baseball for different reasons. Young-gwang quit to save his family from debt and In-woo because he couldn't stand his father Seo Jae-myeong's (Son Chang-min) pressure.

An opportunity to join "The Great Trading Firm" is given to them, which is a chance to start a new life. They both don't want to join, but Young-gwang is only a high school graduate and thus doesn't have many other choices or connections, and In-woo can't disobey his father.

While they hesitate to sign on, legendary salesmen Heo Young-do (Lee Moon-shik) turns up and stokes their pride.

Finally, Young-gwang and In-woo sign up for the job right before last call. While a new life awaits them at "The Great Trading Firm", "Glory Jane" awaits its transformation into a company drama.

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