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[Spoiler] "Sly and Single", Joo Sang-wook's company was Lee Min-jung's idea

2014/03/19 | 715 views | Permalink | Source

It turns out Joo Sang-wook was in debt to Lee Min-jung.

On the seventh episode of the MBC drama "Sly and Single Again", Na Ae-ra (Lee Min-jung) was an outcast on her team and was ordered to work later than the others by Wang Ji-hyeon (Im Ji-eun).

Everyone went to a dinner party but Ae-ri stayed back to deal with miscellaneous work. She couldn't have food delivered there, so she went outside to buy cup noodles and ran into Joo Sang-wook on the elevator.

She said, "You have to know that your company is running well because of hard workers like me. Honestly, I think I discovered the application for you. You did the research but I inspired you".

Jeong-woo recalled the past when she left. She had handed him mail which came on paper that said, "Find a way to get these done for free".

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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