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[Spoiler] "Rude Miss Young-ae Season 16" A Hidden Message

2017/12/12 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of "Rude Miss Young-ae Season 16", Ra Mi-ran found a hidden gold necklace that belonged to Jo Deok-je (Park Chul-min).

When he was arrested for bribery, created a new establishement and and Jo's beloved dog, Michael, was brought home by Ra Mi-ran who worked there.

Jo sent a letter to Yoon Seo-hyeon and Jeong Ji-soon asking them to take care of the dog, but they didn't read the letter properly. There was a hidden message in it that showed the location of the necklace, and they missed it.

Later, Mi-ran was looking for Michael's ball when she found a golden necklace in the dog house. When she found out it was worth a lot of money, she sold it. She'd been treated poorly by Jo and spent the money on her sons.

Ra Mi-ran who had been mistreated by Jo, used the money with her sons. Meanwhile, there was a hidden message in the letter Jo sent to Yoon Seo-hyeon and Jeong Ji-soon.

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