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[Spoiler] "Jugglers" Choi Daniel and Baek Jin-hee Have a Chat

2017/12/12 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Jugglers", Nam Chi-won (Choi Daniel) scolded Jo Sang-moo (In Gyo-jin) for telling Ja-yoon (Baek Jin-hee) to pour him a drink.

Chi-won knew that Sang-moo entertained advertisers and reporters, using their influence to force campaigns. The entertainment involved women and booze, which Chi-won disdained so he left.

Afterwards, Chi-won and Ja-yoon went to a food cart and he asked if she felt bad about the way she was treated. Ja-yoon replied that she didn't because she could hardly expect someone else's boss to treat her well when her own boss doesn't treat her any better.

Chi-won asked what she wanted from him and she said, "I want to know everything. Where you go, who you meet, what makes you happy, and what upsets you. And, why you like to be alone so much". Chi-won thought all those things were uselessn, but Ja-yoon needed the information to do her job right.

Later, the two met as landlord and renter.

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