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[Spoiler] "School 2013" Lee Jong-suk steps forward to save Jang Nara

2012/12/03 | Permalink | Source

Lee Jong-suk saved Jang Nara from danger.

Helpless short-term teacher In-jae (Jang Nara) was being intimidated by a student on the episode of the KBS 2TV drama "School 2013" on the 3rd.

In-jae was in charge of class 2 of grade 2 in Seung-ri High School. Problematic student Oh Jeong-ho (Kwak Jung-wook) was trouble right away. He not only ignored her warnings to his class attitude but dominated her with force.

In-jae saw him cut in a very long lunch line and pointed it out. Jeong-ho however, intimidated her with a short cuss and said, "She's not even a real teacher and is so eager".

In-jae couldn't help her anger and slapped him and Jeong-ho grabbed her by the collars. Nam-soon (Lee Jong-suk) however, was watching this and held the two of them back.

Meanwhile, it seems like Jeong-ho and Nam-soon will start at each other head to head from now on.

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