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[Spoiler] "Feel Good To Die" Kang Ji-hwan Escapes the Proverbial Axe

2018/12/05 | 157 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Feel Good To Die", Baek Jin-sang (Kang Ji-hwan) was on the verge of getting fired after dealing with a sexual harassment case. However, news got out and people started showing support for him. He was even recommended as a model for a chicken advertisement. Lee Roo-da (Baek Jin-hee) congratulated him and he said she did the most work. Lee Roo-da was touched. He said, "Let me give you a gift" and hugged her. It felt awkward and she scrunched up her face, but Baek Jin-sang had the wrong idea.

Meanwhile, Kang Joon-ho (Gong Myung) went to Kang In-han (In Gyo-jin) and said, "Grandpa wants me to be the director of headquarters. I might not be interested, but I could be one day". Kang In-han said, "So you're challenging me? As soon as you do that the marketing team will fall out".

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