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[Spoiler] "Night Light" Jung Hae-in, how did he get into Lee Yo-won's gallery?

2017/01/17 | Permalink | Source

The process of Jung Hae-in's admission to the company was revealed.

The 17th episode of the MBC drama "Night Light", explained how Tak (Jung Hae-in) got into Seo I-kyeong's (Lee Yo-won) gallery.

When Jo Seong-mook (Choi Min) fell in danger while on a mission, Tak abandoned Jo Seong-mook and ran off with the car full of cash.

Seo I-kyeong asked if he really did that and Tak answered yes. She disqualified him/

Tak asked if she was sure and she said she wasn't going to hire someone who abandoned his partner.

Tak explained, "I followed orders. I would have fought till the last if he ordered me to. My mission was to protect the cash so it was priority to leave the site. I am not scared of fighting but I don't fight if unnecessary".

Jo Seong-mook came into the room and Seo I-kyeong asked, "Did you order him to protect the cash?" and when he answered yes, she said, "Tak? Your priority is to protect me unless told otherwise. Can you do that?"

Tak smiled, "Am I hired?" and she said, "Yes".

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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