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[Spoiler] "Yawang" Soo Ae has no conscience

2013/01/29 | 623 views | Permalink | Source

Soo Ae sought for kwon Sang-woo as she was in trouble for the murder she committed.

Joo Da-hye (Soo Ae) was nervous about the body she buried at Baek Do-kyeong's ranch. Joo Da-hye went to Ha-ryu (kwon Sang-woo) and told him the situation asking him to save her. Ha-ryu only told her, "Well good, just surrender. We were wrong in the first place".

Joo Da-hye kept pushing him mentioning Eun-byeol (Park Min-ha) and Ha-ryu got mad and said, "Eun-byeol? Why is she in the ER? She was waiting outside in the cold for her mom before she passed out. Don't even pretend to be thinking about her".

Joo Da-hye said, "Why did you stop me from surrendering when I killed him then? We need to raise Eun-byeol". Ha-ryu responded, "I raised her alone for 2 years" and turned around and left.

Joo Da-hye shouted at his back, "I am going to raise her now. I am going to give her better things that anyone else. Help me! Do something about it!"

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