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[Spoiler] "The Great Seducer" Moon Ga-young Witnesses Shin Sung-woo Cheating

2018/03/19 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "The Great Seducer", Choi Soo-ji (Moon Ga-young) saw Kwon Seok-woo (Shin Sung-woo) Seol Young-won (Jeon Mi-sun) hugging each other.

Soo-ji ate dinner with Seok-woo who was marrying her mother Myeong Mi-ri (Kim Seo-hyung). Earlier, Soo-ji had met Kwon Si-hyeon (Woo Do-hwan) and ate at the convenient store.

She was suspicious when she saw Seok-woo going into a room that was different from what her mother told her and tnered to fine him in an embrace with Eun Tae-hee's (Joy) mother, Sul Young-won (Jung Mi-sun). He was cheating.

Soo-ji had asked Kwon Si-hyun to seduce Eun Tae-hee to stop her mother marrying Kwon Si-hyun's father.

Eun Tae-hee had been opening up to Kwon Si-hyun when it turned out their parents had a lot in common.

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