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[Spoiler] "Rosy Lovers" Kim Min-seo asks Jung Bo-suk for money

2014/12/07 | 562 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Min-seo asked Jung Bo-suk for 500 million won.

On the sixteenth episode of the MBC drama "Rosy Lovers", Baek Soo-ryeon (Kim Min-seo) found out that Baek Man-jong (Jung Bo-suk) had ordered one of the investors of her lover Park Kang-tae (Han Sang-jin), to withdraw his investment.

Han Ji-sang suffered from the fact that he had to give up the movie and cried in front of Jeong Si-nae (Lee Mi-sook). Baek Soo-ryeon went to see her father.

She told him, "I know what you want. You want me to break up with him. I will do as you wish, but I have a condition, otherwise I won't break up with him.

Baek Man-jong asked what it was and she answered, "Give me 500 million won, then I will break up with him".

It looks like Baek Soo-ryeon will act as Park Kang-tae's investor with the money.

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