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[Spoiler] "A New Leaf" Kim Myung-min and Jin Yi-han compete

2014/06/18 | Permalink | Source

Kim Myung-min and Jin Yi-han have started a legal competition.

On the thirteenth episode of the MBC drama "A New Leaf", Kim Seok-joo (Kim Myung-min) set out as the attorney for a smaller enterprise to help out his father Kim Sin-il's (Choi Il-hwa) people.

They had enrolled in an unreasonable currency exchange product and were now at risk of bankruptcy, so Seok-joo submitted an injunction for suspension of efficiency. Seok-joo was full of justice ever since he left the Cha Yeong-woo firm and stood against Jeon Ji-won (Jin Yi-han), who was now their ace.

Seok-Joo Won the first round. The injunction had been accepted. However, it was advantageous. Cha Yeong-woo (Kim Sang-joong) was trying to shake up Seok-joo and the middle sized companies.

Based on network and wealth, who will win the battle? the Cha Yeong-woo firm or single, yet outstanding lawyer Seok-joo? Will justice or power prevail?

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