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[Spoiler] "The Perfect Wife" Sung Joon and Ko So-young's romance?

2017/02/28 | 489 views | Permalink | Source

Sung Joon felt Ko So-young's empty space.

On the second episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Perfect Wife", Kang Bong-goo (Sung Joon) noticed Sim Jae-bok's (Ko So-young) empty space.

He saw the work that Sim Jae-bok did as he was packing up his things and said to himself, "Sim Jae-bok did her work well until the very end".

Previously, Kang-bong believed that Sim Jae-bok was a good enough worker to get the job so he gave her some work to do but she was fired. Now she thought he'd just used her to make her work more, knowing that she was going to get fired.

Kang Bong-goo started thinking about Sim Jae-bok working hard and found himself feeling guilty.

Later, he found out that Sim Jae-bok's husband Koo Jeong-hee (Yoon Sang-hyun) was in trouble for fighting and tried to gather evidence for it but was hit in the back of the head. His cell phone with pictures of proof was stolen.

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