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[Spoiler] "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" Choi Won-young can't get over Eugene

2013/04/07 | 755 views | Permalink | Source

Shim Yi-young got mad at Choi Won-young on the twenty-eighth episode of the MBC drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance", because he wasn't over Eugene.

She was sensitive towards him about the fact that he still had pictures of his ex-wife.

Hong-joo wondered if he was still seeing her and if she had Mrs. Park go through his clothes. She even asked her mother to have someone tail her husband.

She then received something in the mail. They were pictures of Cheol-gyu meeting with Chae-won.

Meanwhile, Joo-ri was mad that Cheol-gyu had come to her office to make a scene and argued with him for being Chae-won's spokesperson. Even chairwoman Bang said, "Why did you go all the way there to take her side?"

Cheol-gyu confessed that things between him and Chae-won weren't over yet and Hong-joo heard this. She asked him if he was cheating on her.

Cheol-gyu wanted to tell her everything but Bang stopped him from doing so.

Meanwhile, Joo-ri knelt down in front of Chae-won.

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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