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[Spoiler] "The Wang Family" Kang Ye-bin sleeps with Choi Dae-chul's enemy

2013/12/08 | 1424 views | Permalink | Source

Kang Ye-bin slept with Choi Dae-chul.

KBS 2TV weekend drama, "The Wang Family" had a scandalous happening in the thirtieth episode where Don (Choi Dae-chul) and Yeong-dal (Kang Ye-bin) spent the night together.

After criticizing each other, the two got drunk and spent the night together. Deol-dal screamed with her arms across her chest and beat up Don demanding to know what happened the night before. She accused him of bringing her to the motel.

Don told her that she was being crazy and said, "I didn't seduce you. It was all you, being drunk".

Yeong-dal called him a wimp and he got hurt. He told her, "Let's not see each other again. Don't even think of telling anyone". Towards the end of the drama, Yeong-dal sarcastically said, "I wonder why so many people are getting married while pregnant these days" to Ho-bak (Lee Tae-ran) and hinted herself being in that situation.

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