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[Spoiler] Lee Jung-jin promises marriage with Yoon Ah-jung

2013/03/31 | 2540 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Jung-jin finally fell for the girl who wanted him and only him. He promised her marriage.

MBC weekend drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" showed Kim Joo-ri (Yoon Ah-jung) trying to kill herself in front of Lee Se-yoon (Lee Jung-jin).

Joo-ri found out that he didn't feel the same way about her previously and laid low. She fell into the river and said, "I thought of dying since my life without you is meaningless. It's better than being tortured in front of you when you don't pay attention to me".

Se-yoon said, "Let's start over" as he hugged her. They became a thing. However, Se-yoon is misunderstood about the woman whom he actually loves, Min Chae-won (Eugene) sold him out and used his name to receive a bribery. This was all a set up by Joo-ri but he didn't know this and accepted her into his life.

Se-yoon's father just happened to be hospitalized as his health detoriated. Se-yoon agreed with his father to get engaged.

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