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[Spoiler] "Life" Cho Seung-woo Goes Head-tohead With Lee Dong-wook

2018/08/07 | 314 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of life "Life", Jin-woo (Lee Dong-wook) and Seung-hyo (Cho Seung-woo) fought over Noh-eul (Won Jin-ah).

Hwajung Group took over Sangguk Hospital and started applying restrictions. Se-hwa (Moon So-ri) wasn't happy.

She strongly stated, "What do these people look like? They have come here because they're sick. We aren't peddlers selling medicine. What do you get by giving them sense of shame?"

Seung-hyo yelled at her, "You should have opposed when Hwajung Group wanted to take over this hospital. Why are you getting all worked up now?"

"Everyone has become employees here thanks to the emerging. You should all get to work now. I don't understand why you speak of shame here. Are you ashamed of a little sales? Why? Are the people in the sales department all peasants to you?"

Sung-hyo volunteered to help abandoned dogs and started feelings closer to Noh-eul, but Jin-woo appeared between them.

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