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[Spoiler] "Suits" Chae Jung-an Cries Over Jang Dong-gun

2018/06/07 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Suits", Ko Yeon-woo (Park Hyung-sik) questioned Hong Da-ham (Chae Jung-an) about her feelings for Choi Kang-seok (Jang Dong-gun).

While angry, Choi Kang-seok suggested a mock court to Kang Ha-yeon (Jin Hee-kyung) and Ham Gi-taek (Kim Young-ho). He convinced Kang Ha-yeon by telling her if there was potential for Choi Kang-seok to win then it wouldn't go to court; and to Ham Gi-taek, if they lost it would be reason to drive out Choi Kang-seok and Kang Ha-yeon.

The mock court began and Ko Yeon-woo called for witness Hong Da-ham who got rid of evidence for Choi Kang-seok, and was fired for it. He asked her if she loved Choi Kang-seok, saying she thought his life more important than hers.

Hong Da-dam started crying and couldn't say anything. Her tears reflected her feelings for Choi Kang-seok who became angry and told him to stop.

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