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[Spoiler] "This Is Family" Kim Sang-kyung suffers from illusions of Kim Hyun-joo

2014/09/21 Source

Kim Sang-kyung suffered from illusions of Kim Hyun-joo not long after he relieved her of her post.

On the episode of the drama "This Is Family", Moon Tae-joo (Kim Sang-kyung) found out that his father Chairman Moon's (Kim Yong-gun) marriage was a plot between him and Cha Kang-sim (Kim Hyun-joo) and fired her.

Cha Kang-sim cried at the words, "I thought you were on my side" and was relieved of her post, going back to the sorting department. She gritted her teeth at the thought of Moon Tae-joo, who she thought was the one who ordered her to sort and delivery post, although Moon Tae-joo couldn't stop thinking about her.

He kept calling his assistant Ms. Cha, but he couldn't help himself from being disappointed at her for the gap in job performance compared to Cha Kang-sim. Moon Tae-joo even imagined Cha Kang-sim leaning on his desk while sending flying kisses to him.

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