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[Spoiler] "The Rooftop Prince" Han Ji-min now lives off Park Yoo-chun

2012/04/18 Source

Han Ji-min and Park Yoo-chun have taken things the other way around.

On the eighth episode of the SBS drama "The Rooftop Prince", the stance between Han Lee Gak (Park Yoo-chun) and Park Ha (Han Ji-min) completely changed when Lee Gak bought over her rooftop house.

Lee Gak became the grandson of a wealthy chairman and he remodeled the rooftop house after buying it. From living off Park Ha to the other way round, Lee Gak said, "Now that you are living off me, you should know where you stand".

He continued, "You need to wait on me well without being lazy on the chores and the trio started poking around calling Park Ha a main in the palace.

Park Ha angered, "Why should I do that?" and Lee Gak told her once again to know where she stood. When he asked her where she lives, Park Ha became smaller and pointed a tiny finger and Lee Gak.

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