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[Spoiler] 'Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul-ho' Park Shin-yang in love can't be any sweeter than this

2016/04/26 Source

On the episode 10 of 'Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul-ho', Jo Deul-ho (Park Shin-yang) recalled his love story with Jang Haegyeong (Park Sol-mi) ten years ago.

Jang Haegyeong was a junior prosecutor working in the same office with Jo Deul-ho. Jang Haegyeong fell in love with him first. Jang Haegyeong brought banchan for Jo Deul-ho. Jo Deul-ho asked her, "Do you like me? If it's just out of curiosity, stop it here. Can you go all the way until the end?".

Jang Haegyeong answered, "No, it's not about curiosity" and then the love story began. Jo Deul-ho who fell in love was sweet.

Jo Deul-ho kept working with Jang Haegyeong and the love between the two grew stronger. And then they got married to each other. Jang Haegyeong became pregnant and gave birth to a child. However, Jang Haegyeong was getting tired of him because he was always too busy to spend time with her.

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