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My Wife's Friend (내 아내의 친구)

내 아내의 친구 (nae a-nae-eui chin-goo)

Directed by Lee Soong-hwan (이숭환)

Drama Melodrama Romance

75min | Release date in South Korea :

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Living with my friend and his wife! The three of us!

Ji-soo and Joon-yeong have been married for 5 years. Unlike the first few years of marriage, Joon-yeong is terrified at the sound of Ji-soo taking a shower. However, Ji-soo advances on Joon-yeong more and more because she wants to have children. Meanwhile, Ji-soo's best friend Yoon-kyeong comes back from the Philippines and spends a few days with the couple. Joon-yeong feels his manhood reacting when he see's the young-looking and sexy friend of his wife's...

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Release date in South Korea : 2016

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