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[Spoiler] Go Hyun-jung, what is her real intention?

2013/06/26 | 236 views | Permalink | Source

What is the true intention of Go Hyun-jung who takes care of the kids more than she would?

On the fifth episode of the MBC drama "The Queen's Classroom", Sim Ha-na (Kim Hyang-gi) was cornered as a thief and was bullied by her classmates.

Only Oh Dong-gu (Chun Bo-geun) was worried about her. However, Ha-na slipped her tongue to Dong-gu and he didn't come to school the next day.

It was a surprise when Ma Yeo-jin (Go Hyun-jung) was the one who visited Oh Dong-gu, a student who was absent frequently. She understood the students' situation and asked him, "Aren't you going to go to school? It's mandatory to attend elementary school. It's going to be a pain to go through equivalent tests so I'm going to falsify your attendance and give you your certificate now".

What is the true intention of Ma Yeo-jin who is always spitting back at the students but at the same time, taking care of them? She provoked Oh Dong-gu with his certificate and tried to get him to come back to school.

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