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[Spoiler] Choi Kang-hee gets drunk and sings

2013/01/31 | 620 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Kang-hee sang "7th Grade Civil Servant".

On the fourth episode of the MBC drama "7th Grade Civil Servant", Kim Seo-won (Choi Kang-hee) sang the song "My Star My Moon" by Secret.

The National Intelligence Service agents all had a shot of Soju and beer during 'Good Uses of Alcohol' studies. They slowly started getting drunk.

The trainer Kim Won-seok (Ahn Nae-sang) warned them, "Don't run or pass out or I will fire you myself".

Kim Won-seok mourned over his friend's death and said, "Why did you choose this job. You know how agonizing it is to not be able to get drunk when you want to?"

When Kim Seo-won was asked why she was there she said,, "I hate this. I am going to tryout for entertainment". Han Gil-ro said, "I really love and respect you instructor". On the other hand, Kim Won-seok cried in the bathroom.

Kim Seo-won was very drunk and went up on stage to sing a song. She sang and danced at the same time and all the agents got excited and danced with her.

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