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[Spoiler] "A New Leaf" Park Min-young and Jin Yi-han's romance

2014/06/12 | Permalink | Source

Park Min-young said something to draw the line between her and Jin Yi-han.

On the twelfth episode of the MBC drama "A New Leaf", Cha Yeong-woo Firm intern Lee Ji-yoon (Park Min-young) seemed less interested in the lawyer Jeon Ji-won (Jin Yi-han) after Kim Seok-joo (Kim Myung-min) left.

Previously, Kim Seok-joo wanted to erase his embarrassing memories and wanted to save Yoo Jeong-seon (Chae Jung-an), so he resigned from the firm.

Lee Ji-yoon told her friend Lee Mi-ri (Lee Joo-yeon) about leaving the firm too because Kim Seok-joo wasn't there anymore.

Lee Mi-ri asked, "Are you trying to leave the firm for him?" and Lee Ji-yoon answered, "No, I'm not trying to follow him, he's out of a job". Lee Mi-ri said, "Quitting is not an option. Didn't your aunt lose all her money and isn't your dad under legal surveillance? The world isn't that easy. I hear all judges want to join major firms".

When Lee Ji-yoon said Jeon Jin-won was joining her firm, her friend said they often ran into each other and that she should give it a go with him. Lee Ji-yoon responded, "I don't know when I'll leave".

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