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[Spoiler] "The Perfect Wife" Ko So-young finds out about Jo Yeo-jung and Nam Gi-ae

2017/03/28 | 305 views | Permalink | Source

Ko So-young found out about Jo Yeo-jung and Nam Gi-ae.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Perfect Wife", Sim Jae-bok (Ko So-young) wanted to see what the rooms were like on the third floor.

Sim Jae-bok and Kim Won-jae (Jung Soo-young) asked Lee Eun-hee (Jo Yeo-jung) to open the door to the room to see if there was anything strange.

Lee Eun-hee opposed and cried. Sim Jae-bok said, "'I'll stop but tell me why you did that to Cherry".

Choi Deok-boon (Nam Gi-ae) appeared, hysterical. She opened the door to the room, pushed everyone in and showed them there was nothing related to Goo Jeong-hee (Yoon Sang-hyun) in there. Lee  Eun-hee sighed in relief.

Choi Deok-boon called everyone 'foolish' and tried to hit Sim Jae-bok. She yelled, "Why are you doing this to my daughter!" Lee  Eun-hee yelled for her to stop talking but everyone had already heard.

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