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[Spoiler] "Father, I'll Take Care of You" Oh Yeon-ah finds out Kim Jae-won is rich

2017/02/26 | Permalink | Source

Oh Yeon-ah found out Kim Jae-won is rich.

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Father, I'll Take Care of You", Han Jeong-hwa (Oh Yeon-ah) rejoiced after Lee Hyeon-woo (Kim Jae-won) approached her.

Lee Hyeon-woo targeted Han Jeong-hwa, Han Hyeong-sup's daughter next and said, "Aren't you an announcer? There was no man in Korea who didn't know you. Give me time to buy you dinner next time".

Lee Hyeon-woo then pretended to run into her at a restaurant and paid for her meal, leaving behind his number. She had fallen for him. His name card said, CEO of Golden Street and Han Jeong-hwa was excited.

That night, Han Jeong-hwa fought with her husband whom she was getting a divorce from and called Lee Hyeon-woo the next day. She said, "Thanks for what you did yesterday. I want to buy you coffee".

Han Jeong-hwa had fallen for Lee Hyeon-woo's trick.

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