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"A Hundred Year's Inheritance" Lee Jung-jin and Eugene reveal wedding shots

2013/06/06 | 2718 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Jung-jin and Eugene have pictures of their wedding.

The weekend MBC drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" is at the peak of its phase with the secret of Lee Se-yoon's (Lee Jung-jin) birth out. During all this, Min Chae-won (Eugene) and Lee Se-yoon's wedding pictures have come up on the 7th.

This scene was shot in a church in Incheon. Eugene is wearing a white dress with a wreath on her head and Lee Jung-jin is looking at her with loving eyes in a suit.

Another picture shows Lee Jung-jin preparing water for her to wash in and Eugene is waiting with a happy smile on her face. This makes many wonder if they eloped.

Meanwhile, Chairwoman Bang (Park Won-sook) has been cornered at the police station with her overwhelming loans and Yang Chun-hee (Jun In-hwa) comes up with a serious decision at the sight of her family going through such a hard time.

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