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[Spoiler] "Temptation" Lee Jung-jin, bold even in the wrong

2014/09/01 | 991 views | Permalink | Source

kwon Sang-woo coincidentally ran into Park Ha-sun and Lee Jung-jin.

Kang Min-woo (Lee Jung-jin) and Han Ji-seon (Yoon Ah-jung) met in a hotel room and Na Hong-joo (Park Ha-sun) saw this.

Min-woo told Ji-seon, "Don't misunderstand, I am here for one drink", but Ji-seon pulled him in by the necktie and kissed him. Hong-joo's secret man witnessed this and she turned her car around back to the hotel.

Hong-joo arrived with trembling hands, and then she pressed the doorbell. Min-woo came out and behind him was Ji-seon.

Min-woo got angry with Hong-joo as soon as he saw her and said, "How did you know I was here. Did you have someone follow me?" Hong-joo started saying that's not important, then he cut her off and said, "We'll talk at home".

Ji-seon coldly looked at Hong-joo and said, "I warned you what kind of man he was". Hong-joo returned home and started packing her things.

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