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[Spoiler] "Triangle - Drama" Im Si-wan gets mad at Kim Jae-joong and Baek Jin-hee

2014/05/26 Source

Im Si-wan got mad at Kim Jae-joong.

On the seventh episode of the MBC drama "Triangle - Drama", Yoon Yang-ha (Im Si-wan) was angry to see Oh Jeong-hee (Baek Jin-hee) with Heo Yeong-dal (Kim Jae-joong).

Yoon Yang-ha had been bold about his feelings towards Oh Jeong-hee. However, she rejected him and had been in a sensitive relationship with Heo Yeong-dal, who was renting out in his house.

One day, Heo Yeong-dal visited Oh Jeong-hee at the hotel where she worked at and she greeted him. Yoon Yang-ha couldn't help but become so angry at the picture. It was also after he found out that Heo Yeong-dal, who had killed his father, was the henchman of Ko Bok-tae (Kim Byung-ok).

In the end, Yoon Yang-ha called Heo Yeong-dal and suggested a game and Heo Yeong-dal accepted. Yoon asked Oh Jeong-hee to be the dealer of this came and the three of them faced each other at the casino.

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