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[Spoiler] "Whisper" Park Se-young asks Lee Bo-young, "How was my husband?"

2017/04/11 Source

Lee Bo-young didn't let Park Se-young aggravate her.

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Whisper", Sin Yeong-joo (Lee Bo-young) and Choi Soo-yeon (Park Se-young) came face to face.

Choi Soo-yeon tried to pressure Sin Yeong-joo for holding hands with her husband Lee Dong-joon (Lee Sang-yoon). She kept Sin Yeong-joo as her assistant and stimulated her. Previously, Lee Dong-joon was hurt by Kang Jeong-il (Kwon Yool) and put in the hospital.

Choi Soo-yeon asked Sin Yeong-joo, "How was my husband that night?"

However, Sin Yeong-joo didn't give in and said, "He was great. You should take him up sometime".

Sin Yeong-joo then said, "I'll have your English speech ready by tomorrow. I don't think you're that good at it, so I'll prepare it with easy words".

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