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[Spoiler] "Risky Romance" Ji Hyun-woo's father's accident because of Jun Noh-min

2018/09/11 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Risky Romance", the truth behind Han Seung-joo's (Ji Hyun-woo) father's fire accident was revealed.

Han Seung-joo was chosen by the chairman to conduct a surgery on him. The people at the hospital said Han Seung-joo will take over the global center chairman position.

Deputy-director Park Il-won (Son Jong-bum), who used to be in director of the hospital Cha Jeong-tae's (Jeon Noh-min) line, started pressuring Cha Jae-hwan (Kim Jin-yup) so that things didn't go too well for Han Seung-joo.

Park Il-won said suspiciously, "I've seen something in the fire". Cha Jae-hwan was shocked to hear this and ran to his father Cha Jeong-tae.

Cha Jae-hwan yelled, "Did you do that so that Seung-joo's father Han Sang-do couldn't get surgery?" but Cha Jeong-tae said no.

However, the fire that caused a huge burn on Han Seung-joo's hand so he couldn't be a surgeon anymore was in fact because of Cha Jeong-tae.

Cha Jeong-tae was anxious that Han Sang-do would get to operate on the chairman and accidentally caused the fire.

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