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[Spoiler] "Let's Eat - Season 3" Yoon Doo-joon Discovers How Baek Jin-hee Secretly Helped Him

2018/08/07 | 197 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Let's Eat - Season 3", Goo Dae-young (Yoon Doo-joon) was in a tight spot because of a pervert plaintiff.

Lee Ji-woo (Baek Jin-hee) apologized to the plaintiff for Goo Dae-young. The plaintiff put his arm around her waist and even told her to massage his legs. He threatened her saying, "Don't you want to settle this?" and she had to do it.

Goo Dae-young saw this and said, "I don't need your settlement". He took her out and yelled at her, "You tell me not to mess with your business so why are you messing with mine?" The plaintiff increased the settlement money to twice the amount.

Goo Dae-young found out that the plaintiff was a target of police investigation and that Lee Ji-woo went through a lot of trouble to reveal this fact and felt badly.

Source : sports.hankooki.com/l...

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