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[Spoiler] "Bachelor's Vegetable Shop" Wang Ji-hye and Park Soo-jin, tension between one man

2012/02/08 | 899 views | Permalink | Source

Wang Ji-hye and Park Soo-jin tensed up around Ji Chang-wook.

On the Channel A drama "Bachelor's Vegetable Shop" broadcasted on the 8th of February, the two women met each other at the hospital they took their mother's to.

Dan-bi (Park Soo-jin) claimed Ga-on (Wang Ji-hye) responsible for making Tae-yang (Ji Chang-wook) fall to pieces with her unexpected break up. Ga-on said retorted, "Why are you so concerned about Tae-yang?"

Surprised, Dan-bi left an unclear message, "I don't know why I care". She was confused at the way her feelings were getting bigger for Tae-yang.

The tension they had between Tae-yang added to the fun of the drama.

Meanwhile, Dan-bi and her mother Boon-hong (Kim Do-yun) resolved their emotions that was built up in each other.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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