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[Spoiler] "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" and the three way romance

2013/03/10 | 1162 views | Permalink | Source

It seems like Lee Jung-jin, Eugene and Yoon Ah-jung will be in a three way romance.

On the twentieth episode of the MBC weekend drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance", Joo-ri (Yoon Ah-jung) began to suspect Se-yoon (Lee Jung-jin) and Chae-won (Eugene).

Joo-ri planned to give Se-yoon some coffee early in the morning at the office. However, she was going back out of his office as he wasn't there. She saw something that Chae-won (Eugene) left him on his desk and thought of what her mother, Chairwoman Bang (Park Won-sook) said to her.

As soon as Se-yoon came into the office, Joo-ri hid Chae-won's soup and gave her coffee to him.

Se-yoon said something about Chae-won not saying "Thank You" to him and she asked about her soup, but he said he hadn't seen it.

Joo-ri saw them together just then and she couldn't contain her anger any longer.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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