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[Spoiler] "The Queen of Office" The perfect Kim Hye-soo; her dark past revealed

2013/04/15 | 406 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Hye-soo also had a dark history involving her work.

The fifth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Queen of Office" showed Miss Kim's (Kim Hye-soo) dark past being revealed.

The reason why Miss Kim always had a net over her head was revealed. When she got home, she took off the net and the scene followed into the past.

Back then, Miss Kim was a banker and she had a crush on a fellow co-worker. She always had her hair down to look good but one day it got caught in a money counting machine and was forced to tie up her hair by her surperior.

The owner of the jazz bar, that Miss Kim went to, often told Moo Jeong-han (Lee Hee-joon) who came to dig up dirt on her, "I am telling you this since you look like a nice guy but she was a very good worker at the bank. However, she was fired".

It seems like there was a dark history in the history of the seemingly perfect Miss Kim.

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