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[Spoiler] "Miss. Ripley" Kang Hye-jung undeserved charge for forgery

2011/06/07 | 831 views | Permalink | Source

Moon Hee-joo (Kang Hye-jung) had some trouble as she got involved with forging her education.

On the 4th episode of MBC drama "Miss. Ripley", the police arrested Moon Hee-joo, for aiding in forging documents.

Jang Mi-ri (Lee Da-hae) took a Tokyo University Certificate to a dealer and forged it. He was caught by the police. Moon Hee-joo was accused of aiding in forging the certificate. She cried out that she wasn't guilty but it was no use.

Moon Hee-joo was released not guilty in the end. Jang Mi-ri was surprised at this news. When she heard that not all the dealers were caught, she said, "That's good" and when Moon Hee-joo stared at her suspiciously she corrected, "I'm glad this is it".

Meanwhile, the dealer was caught at the hotel where Jang Mi-ri works. All the employees were going to be checked in the education backgrounds again. At risk, Jang Mi-ri entered Jang Myeong-hoon's (Kim Seung-woo) room. Viewers are curious as to what she will lie about next.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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