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[Spoiler] "Gu Family Book" Lee Yoo-bi has malice towards Lee Sung-jae

2013/05/14 | 1156 views | Permalink | Source

MBC drama "Gu Family Book" showed Park Cheong-jo (Lee Yoo-bi) sacrificing herself to Jo Gwan-woong (Lee Sung-jae) to save Park Tae-seo (Yoo Yeon-seok).

Jo Gwan-woong used Park Tae-seo to spend a night with Park Cheong-jo and then called him im. He was shocked at what happened and Jo Gwan-woong told him, "Your sister saved you".

Park Cheong-jo returned to the House of Chunhwa. When Wol-seon (Son Seung-woo) smirked at the sight of her coming back, Park said, "Did you say my life would bloom like the spring flowers? What will happen to the best gisaeng here then?"

She turned to Cheon Soo-ryeon (Jung Hye-young) and said, "Did you say I can make my dreams come true? Can I believe that you said it's not the end? I will become a gisaeng and I want to live my life again".

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