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[Spoiler] "Prison Playbook" Krystal as Park Hae-soo's Ex-Girlfriend

2017/11/29 | 239 views | Permalink | Source

F(x)'s Krystal is making a name for herself in "Prison Playbook" as Jeong Soo-jeong. She plays Park Hae-soo's ex-girlfriend.

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Prison Playbook", Je-hyeok (Park Hae-soo) was transported to the West Prison after the second trial.

Ji-ho is the daughter of the baseball coach who used to coach Je-hyeok and Joon-ho (Jung Kyung-ho). She lost her father when she was eleven in a car accident. She looked up to Je-hyeok as an uncle, but as she aged, she saw him romantically. In university, she dated Je-hyeok, a Daddy-Long-Legs type, but they broke up.

Although they were no longer together, they still seemed to miss each other. While they were dating, they were happy. Je-hyeok travelled from Busan to Seoul just to give her cough medicine and a hat when she was sick and Ji-ho kissed him in joy.

The real reason behind their break-up is still unclear.

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