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[Spoiler] "Witch's Court" Jung Ryeo-won burps loudly

2017/10/16 | Permalink | Source

Jung Ryeo-won's character is occasionally an easy-going person.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Witch's Court", Ma Yi-deum (Jung Ryeo-won) showed how chill she can be.

Ma Yi-deum found female professor who pretended she was innocent in a rape case guilty by revealing a recorded file which proved to be the crucial evidence. However, she'd also revealed to the whole court that the victim was bisexual and was scolded by the chief prosecutor Min Ji-sook (Kim Yeo-jin).

Although she'd won the case, she had to write a statement based on the violation of the victim's human rights. Ma Yi-deum stopped at a convenient store on her way home and bought a beer. She chugged the entire can at the cash register and belched.

At home, Ma Yi-deum drank beer and had a midnight snack, while she screamed and cried like a child.

Meanwhile, "Witch's Court" can be seen every Monday and Tuesday at 10 PM KST.

Source : news1.kr/articles/?31...

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