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[Spoiler] 'The Merchant: Gaekju 2015' Lee Deok-hwa buys Han Chae-ah to take her to his home

2015/10/21 Source

On the October 21st episode of KBS' "The Merchant: Gaekju 2015", Seok-joo (Lee Deok-hwa) visited So-sa's house. So-sa (Han Chae-ah) served food to Seok-joo, who came as a guest. Seok-joo complained the food was too humble. So-sa said, "It is the healthy food our seniors in this house have been enjoying for generations". Seok-joo was happy to hear the explanation.

When Seok-joo came out to the yard of So-sa's house, he ordered to burn all the pictorial that had So-sa's portraits. So-sa's father tried to save the pictorials while saying, "I paid a lot of money for these paintings to sell my daughter as a mistress".

Seok-joo announced, "You don't need these books any more. I'm going to take you with me. I'm bringing you to my residence", which surprised So-sa.

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