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[Spoiler] "7th Grade Civil Servant" Joo Won follows Choi Kang-hee

2013/02/06 | 591 views | Permalink | Source

Joo Won told Choi Kang-hee his true feelings.

Kim Seo-won (Choi Kang-hee) and Han Gil-ro (Joo Won) reunited for the first time in a years since they both started working at the company in the MBC drama "7th Grade Civil Servant".

Han Gil-ro went to Kim Seo-won's house and said, "Don't you think it's fate that we met again? I don't know who your boyfriend is but I won't lose you to him".

Kim Seo-won said, "I don't have a boyfriend. I am handful with myself. Love is luxury to me".

Han Gil-ro said, "Are you lying again? Should I be happy you don't have a boyfriend or should I be angry that you lied? Where can I trust you until? Who are you and how can you lie without a single twitch of the face?"

However, he stalked her and found out that she wasn't lying and said sorry for not believing her".

Meanwhile, Kim Seo-won felt bitter for having to trick Gil-ro for the sake of her job.

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