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[Spoiler] Park Jin-hee Pours Hot Tea on an Offender in "Return"

2018/03/07 | 225 views | Permalink | Source

Ahn Hye-kyung joined the latest episode of the SBS drama "Return" as a client that came to see Choi Ja-hye (Park Jin-hee).

She brought her son with her and said, "I want my son to go to law school and become a judge. It's no big deal, but he fooled around at school". Choi Ja-hye said, "The victim has a third degree burn on his leg. What is that?" Ahn Hye-kyung said, "It was just a joke. That's why we're here. A little joke shouldn't stop him from a career. He's going to be a judge".

Choi Ja-hye poured tea on Ahn Hye-kyung's son's leg and said when he jerked, "This is a first degree burn. For someone who doesn't care much about a third degree burn on another person's leg, he sure does get surprised". Ahn Hye-kyung said she'll sue her and Choi Ja-hye said, "If you want to make your son a judge, go and kneel down in front of the victim and beg for forgiveness. Then I'll do the same to you".

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