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[Spoiler] 'Wanted' Kim Ah-joong gives Lee Moon-shik the last chance

2016/08/18 | 412 views | Permalink | Source

On the final episode of SBS' Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Wanted", Jeong Hye-in (Kim Ah-joong) became furious with Choi Joon-gu (Lee Moon-shik).

On this day, when Jeong Hye-in was about to make a phone call, Choi Joon-gu begged her, "I have one last thing to do. We can't end it just like this".

Jeong Hye-in called Cha Seong-in (Ji Hyun-woo) and said, "Detective Cha, please catch manager Choi Joon-gu for sure. You can do this for me, for sure?" And then while she was looking Choi Joon-gu's eyes, she continued, "If you left to do the one last thing, I hope you will be able to do it for sure. I also will wrap up this properly".

After Jeong Hye-in hung up the phone call, she told Choi Joon-gu again, "Please don't make me regret this moment forever" and then she headed to her son.

Source : www.xportsnews.com/je...

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