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[Spoiler] "Night Light" UEE possessed by Lee Yo-won's persona

2016/12/05 | Permalink | Source

UEE became the perfect Lee Yo-won persona.

On the fifth episode of the MBC drama "Night Light", Lee Se-jin (UEE) went to a meeting on behalf of Seo I-kyeong (Lee Yo-won).

Lee Se-jin was so bold that she surprised Tak (Jung Hae-in) and behaved as if she was possessed by Seo I-kyeong.

Son Eui-seong (Jun Gook-hwan) told her to tell Seo I-kyeong, "Tell her she's dismissed as director of finance".

Lee Se-jin said, "If she embezzled money then she deserves to be fired", implementing Son Eui-seong's son Son Ki-tae (Park Sun-woo). She continued. "She says she has an appointment in Seongbuk-dong at 4PM so you should be there".

Not knowing anything, Son Ki-tae asked Lee Se-jin, "Don't you need to tell her she's been fired?" after the meeting.

However, Lee Se-jin said, "It's your father that's been fired. Be nice to him. It must be tough".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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