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[Spoiler] 'Glamorous Temptation' Choi Kang-hee forgives Cha Ye-ryun

2016/03/21 | 552 views | Permalink | Source

On the 48th episode of MBC's Monday & Tuesday drama, Sin Eunsoo (Choi Kang-hee) forgave Kang Il-joo (Cha Ye-ryun).

As Kang Il-joo blamed that Sin Eunsoo instigated someone to murder Kang Seok-hyeon (Jung Jin-young), Sin Eunsoo brought out the case of her daughter Hong Mi-rae (Kal So-won), while she was trying to excuse herself.

Although the witness, Manager Jo testified, the court ruled Kang Il-joo was not guilty, probably because Kwon Soo-myeong (Kim Chang-wan) did something about it. Kang Il-joo said, "The Prosecutors' Office dismissed me as not guilty. What should you do now? You've got no one".

Sin Eunsoo said, "Since you're struggling this much, I'll let go of everything. But you'll be chased down by your own shame. You'll then go into a prison made by yourself" and "Although I said I forgave you, you won't be able to forgive yourself".

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