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[Spoiler] "The Man In My House" Soo Ae asks Kim Young-kwang why he hid her father's death

2016/11/28 | Permalink | Source

The official homepage of "The Man In My House" released the teaser for the twelfth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Man In My House".

Kwon Deok-bong (Lee Soo-hyuk) and Ko Nan-gil (Kim Young-kwang) were quarreling over Hong Na-ri (Soo Ae). Kwon Deok-bong said, "Just give up. I only have eyes for Hong Na-ri". Ko Nan-gil also said, "She's all I see. But this is all I can do for her". Hong Na-ri was listening. She told Ko Nan-gil, "I don't know a lot about you. Give me an hour every day and let's find out more about each other".

In another scene, Hong Na-ri's uncle Seon Jeong-nam (Kim Ha-kyoon) told Na-ri, "It's him that made your father that way. Ko Nan-gil killed him". Na-ri was shocked but she said, "Father has passed away, but I don't understand why Ko Nan-gil is hiding it from me". Ko Nan-gil confessed that he let her father die.

Meanwhile, "The Man In My House" can be seen every Monday and Tuesday at 10PM.

Source : enter.etoday.co.kr/vi...

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