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[Spoiler] "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!" Kim Ji-hoon-I saves Oh Yeon-seo

2014/06/15 | Permalink | Source

MBC drama "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!" showed Min-jeong (Lee Yoo-ri) accusing Bo-ri (Oh Yeon-seo) of being a thief.

Min-jeong suspected Yeon-seo of stealing something and started cornering her, then Jae-hwa (Kim Ji-hoon-I) showed up with the missing item.

Min-jeong had left it at Jae-hee's (Oh Chang-suk) office as she was leaving in a hurry. Jae-hwa figured what In-hwa (Kim Hye-ok) was looking for was in Jae-hee's room and brought it.

Jae-hwa said, "Lee Jae-hee had this" and Min-jeong was surprised and became speechless.

Soo-mi (Kim Yong-rim) scolded her for being careless and blaming others and In-hwa did too. Soo-bong (Ahn Nae-sang) also scolded her about jumping to conclusions and made her apologize to Bo-ri.

Meanwhile, "Jang Bo-ri Is Her!" is about the life of Bo-ri who loses her memory in an accident.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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