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[Spoiler] "Left-handed Wife" Kim Jin-woo Weakened by Lee Soo-kyung's Tears

2019/02/26 | Permalink | Source

A preview of the 38th episode of "Left-handed Wife" was revealed.

Jang Esther (Ha Yeon-joo) apologized to Park Do-kyeong (Kim Jin-woo).

Jang Esther fell for Oh San-ha's (Lee Soo-kyung) trap and said she switched Park Do-kyeong and Oh San-ha's husband's faces.

When Park Do-kyeong called, Jang Esther apologized to him saying she didn't have a choice.

Park Do-kyeong was surprised to see a video of himself and Oh San-ha in bed together, but claimed no memory of the event

After hearing what Jang Esther said, Park Do-kyeong wanted to push Oh San-ha out, but her tears weakened him.

Park Do-kyeong said to Oh San-ha, "I'm sorry I feel all of this is my fault" and cried. Oh San-ha turned away from him, but not before saying, "Don't cry. You are happy without me".

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