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[Spoiler] "The Perfect Wife" Jo Yeo-jung was Jae-bok's stalker

2017/04/04 | 561 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Eun-hee (Jo Yeo-jung) was Sim Jae-bok's (Ko So-young) stalker in high school.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Perfect Wife", Jeong Nami (Im Se-mi) found out that Lee Eun-hee's real name was Eun-kyeong. Sim Jae-bok and her friends knew too. Everyone realized she was friends with them in school.

Eun-hee was being bullied one day when Sim Jae-bok saved her. Since then, Eun-hee started obsessing with Jae-bok.

Kim Won-jae (Jung Soo-young) said, "Lee Eun-kyeong? The obsessive one? She liked you like a fanatic" to Sim Jae-bok.

The scene then crossed over to Lee Eun-hee when she was in high school. She showered Sim Jae-bok with presents and Sim Jae-bok had said, "Can't we all just be friends? This is making me uncomfortable".

Lee Eun-hee then said, "No, I don't want them to have you. You are my friend and only my friend, my Jae-bok".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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