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[Spoiler] "Scandal" Cho Jae-hyun kidnaps enemy's kid

2013/06/30 Source

Cho Jae-hyun kidnapped Park Sang-min's son.

On the second episode of the MBC weekend drama "Scandal", Ha Myeong-geun (Cho Jae-hyun) went to Jang Tae-ha's (Paek Sang-min) house to kill the man who killed his son.

At the same time, Jang Tae-ha was heading home to meet the son which he'd never known of for 5 years. Yoon Hwa-yeong (Shin Eun-kyung) who had an arranged marriage with Jang Tae-ha was going to divorce him but decided to stay with him and tell him about their son.

Jang Tae-ha, who thought of others' lives only as good as a fly's, cared dearly for his own son. Jang Tae-ha's son came out in front of the house to greet his father and ran into Ha Myeong-geun. He thought he was his father and yelled, "Daddy!".

Ha Myeong-geun thought of his son and kidnapped the kid to take revenge on Jang Tae-ha. However, Jang Tae-ha who arrived home, only saw Ha Myeong-geun's back.

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