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[Spoiler] "Witch's Court" Jung Ryeo-won appeals beauty to Park Doo-shik

2017/11/20 | 242 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Ryeo-won appealed her beauty to Park Doo-shik but failed.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Witch's Court", Yi-deum and Ji-sook found out where Gap-soo hangs out. A woman named Yeon-hee, the sister of a woman who was used by Gap-soo for sexual services, helped Ji-soo.

Yeon-hee pretended to be another sexual service giver to Gap-soo and recorded everything. In the middle of that, she learned that one of his bodyguards had the video regarding Min-ho.

Yi-deum said, "I have a knack for seducing men" and put on heavy make-up to 'seduce' this bodyguard. However, he thought of her as a stalker and edged away from her.

Just then, Yeon-hee appeared and was friendly to the bodyguard. She smiled coyly at him and said, "I have always liked you" and he fell for her.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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