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[Spoiler] "Whisper" Lee Sang-yoon mentions Kim Yeong Ran Law

2017/05/15 | 1032 views | Permalink | Source

"The Kim Yeong Ran Law doesn't apply to lovers"

Lee Sang-yoon and Lee Bo-young who met as enemies became closer.

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Whisper", the two people developed from co-workers to lovers.

Sin Joo-yeong arrested Choi Il-hwan (Kim Kap-soo). Sin Yeong-joo handcuffed Choi Il-hwan for the murder of Kang Yoo-taek (Kim Hong-pa). in Joo-yeong said, "You are now going from testifier to suspect. Wait in the cell and I will take you to the detention center when your warrant comes out".

After putting him in the lock-up, Sin Yeong-joo stayed overnight at work with her team and Lee Dong-joon (Lee Sang-yoon) sent her a late supper.

in Joo-yeong called him and said, "This is a breach of the Kim Yeong Ran Law" and Lee Dong-joon said, "The Law doesn't apply between lovers".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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