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[Spoiler] "A New Leaf" Park Min-young leaves Kim Sang-joong

2014/06/25 | Permalink | Source

Park Min-young left the law firm.

On the fifteenth episode of the MBC drama "A New Leaf", Lee Ji-yoon (Park Min-young) left the Cha Yeong Woo Law Firm.

She told Jeon Ji-won (Jin Yi-han), "I will take care of the case as quickly as I can" and handed him her letter of resignation. Cha Yeong-woo (Kim Sang-joong) said, "I am sorry to see you go because you broke my stereotype on local universities". She said, "Thank you for giving me a chance. I'm sorry and thank you".

Lee Ji-yoon found Kim Seok-joo's (Kim Myung-min) office. However, he said, "Did Jeon Jin-won send you here to spy on me? I didn't think it was going to be big deal during the trial, but I am hurt. What do they want you do find out now?"

Lee Ji-yoon insisted he was wrong but Kim Seok-joo continued, "I can't have my secrets lying around the table like this. Don't think about anything and just work hard on being an intern".

However, Lee Ji-yoon stood firm on her decision to work for him and even decided to work part time for him. She mentioned a watch incident from the past and he had to let her work.

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