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[Spoiler] Clara starts to get tired of Jang Hyun-sung

2013/08/11 | 950 views | Permalink | Source

Clara started getting tired of Jang Hyun-sung.

SBS weekend drama "Goddess of Marriage" Cynthia Jeong (Clara) seemed sick of Noh Seung-soo (Jang Hyun-sung) who had moved in with her.

He bothered her saying he was bored while she had gone to work out and come back late.

She said, "Go back home if you're bored. Is there something wrong with what I said? So next time, don't give me all this about me going to work out". Seung-soo was shocked for a moment then said, "Alright, then let's go on that vacation to Japan. I need your passport to make reservations".

Cynthia told him, "I have to go to the States for vacation. My husband wants to come back so I don't think I can get divorced". Seung-soo replied, "What about me? I came out of my house to get divorced. My wife left the house saying she won't get a divorce and my house is in ruins, why are you doing this?"

Cynthia avoided more talk saying she was tired and ignored him.

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