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[Spoiler] "Sly and Single Again" Joo Sang-wook snaps at Lee Min-jung

2014/02/27 | 743 views | Permalink | Source

Joo Sang-wook snapped at Lee Min-jung, his ex-wife.

On the first episode of the MBC drama "Sly and Single Again", Na Ae-ra (Lee Min-jung) reunited with her ex-husband Cha Jeong-woo (Joo Sang-wook). She was surprised to see him become so rich unlike the time when he used to be a loser.

She felt something for him and thought she could recover her relationship with him. However, he handed her an alimony and told her to sign the paper which said to never contact him again.

Na Ae-ra recalled that the day of his company's establishment was the 14th of February, the same as their divorce date. He said, "I got a big investment on the day we got divorced. Funny how things start to get better for me as soon as you leave my life. Please stay out of it".

Ae-ra clenched her fist at the thought of Jeong-woo failing in everything that he did while they were married. From there, she decided to take revenge on him.

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