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[Spoiler] "The Wang Family" Lee Tae-ran gets revenge on Kim Yoon-kyung

2013/11/03 Source

Lee Tae-ran timidly took revenge on Kim Yoon-kyung.

On the twentieth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Wang Family", Se-dal (Oh Man-seok) returned home drunk one night. Ho-bak (Lee Tae-ran) didn't know he had an argument with Min-joong (Jo Sung-ha) and got punched. Just then, a message came to his phone.

The sender was his girlfriend asking what he was doing. Ho-bak was furious and sent a text back saying, "I'm sleeping with my wife". She then stripped him of his clothes and laid next to him with her clothes off too.

Se-dal was furious to see himself in his underpants while Ho-bak hummed a song. He yelled at her and she said, "That's what we did. You felt like you had snake or something".

Bong (Jang Yong) who knew about their relationship also told him, "You need to think of your family too. Ho-bak might not be all that but she's been good too". The preview showed him asking for a divorce on the day of their wedding anniversary.

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