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[Spoiler] Go Soo and Lee Yo-won betray Son Hyun-joo

2013/08/26 | 444 views | Permalink | Source

Go Soo and Lee Yo-won decided to work together and betray Son Hyun-joo by taking over supremacy.

SBS drama "Empire of Gold" showed Jang Tae-joo (Go Soo) and Choi Seo-yoon (Lee Yo-won) pretending to not get along with each other, but secretly brining down chairman Min-jae (Son Hyun-joo).

Min-jae said he was going to change holding companies and Seo-yoon suggested establishing the risky Sung-jin Card into a holding company. She said she had stock in the company and that she would be able to keep her management when she became a main shareholder by buying more shares when prices fell. Min-jae listened to her and mass purchased share in Sung-jin card.

However, Seo-yoon tried to have Min-jae sent away to prison for financial and additional crimes. She tried to push him and Jeong-hee away for committing illegality in the process of buying in shares.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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