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[Spoiler] "The Perfect Wife" Jo Yeo-jung psychotically grabs Im Se-mi's hair while her foot bleeds

2017/04/03 | 702 views | Permalink | Source

"The Perfect Wife" Lee Eun-hee (Jo Yeo-jung) went after Jeong Nami (Im Se-mi) even though she was bleeding from her foot.

On the episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Perfect Wife", Jeong Nami visited Koo Jeong-hee (Yoon Sang-hyun) at his office. She called Koo Jeong-hee but he didn't hear her. Instead, she was spotted by Lee Eun-hee.

Lee Eun-hee had a glass stuck in her foot and she was bleeding but she ran to Jeong Nami.

Jeong Nami asked if Lee Eun-hee was seeing Jeong-hee and if they were getting married.

Lee Eun-hee answered, "That's probably right".

She threatened her with a shoe. They ended up pulling each others' hair.

Sim Jae-bok appeared soon after and tried to break them up.

Lee Eun-hee suddenly put on a peaceful face and said, "I was trying to warn her about causing a scene at his office".

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